If you are unhappy in your relationship, it is up to
YOU to do something about it. If you are waiting for your significant
other to change in order for you to be more loving or appreciative,
then I will wager that your relationship will most likely stay exactly
the way it is or possibly even get worse.
If you want your husband to be more loving and
attentive to you, then you need to be more respectful and appreciative
of the things he does for you. When was the last time you thanked your
husband for going to work every day to earn a living? When was the last
time you thanked him for being willing to die for you? You can start
today by writing him a letter telling him all the things you respect
about him as a man. Build him up. He needs that from you.
If you want your wife to be more respectful and
appreciative with you, then you need to be more loving and attentive to
her. When was the last time you walked into the kitchen while she was
cooking a meal and asked if you could do anything to help? When was the
last time you asked her about her day and actually listened to her
answer without trying to fix things? You can start by just listening to
her and attempting to understand how she was feeling during her
accounting. She needs to know you care.
Take the first step and keep taking them until your
partner begins to notice something is different. I believe your
relationship will improve. If it doesn’t, what have you lost? But can
you imagine what you will gain if it does? Isn’t it worth a try?
If you want more information about how to make your relationship better by focusing on what you can do differently, then check out our Relationships from the Inside Out eBook.