Specialist reveals the 3 best gifts you can give your spouse

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Specialist reveals the 3 best gifts you can give your spouse
From their advice we can learn how to present our spouses in ways that not only meet their expectations but go beyond, contributing to a long and warm relationship. Here are the top 3 gifts you can give your spouse according to who knows what it says:

1. Surprise
Some of the couples advised to think early in the morning, “What can I do to make his or her day happier today?” The others fully agree with this principle and add that in addition to the great gifts and souvenirs, small gestures and daily surprises have a transformative impact on marriage. Give a card, bring a gift, invite to dinner out on any day, are positive gestures that will contribute to the joy in your marriage.

2. Help
Partners know what their obligations are and usually, these are defined by who works out and who stays at home. Who does the shopping and pays bills, who will pick up the children at school, who walks with the dog, etc. And for the couples interviewed, that’s where you can do more for your spouse.

If he has a certain task and does not like or feels tired, do it for him from time to time (without complaining or charging later). This generates gratitude and the feeling of being important to the other, of being considered. The benefit to the marriage of these little gestures goes beyond imagined.

3. Praise
According to a relationship specialist, admiration is one of the pillars of a happy and lasting relationship. Without the pillars, the tendency is for something to fall apart. If you know that your spouse has qualities, talents, skills, beauty, do not hold admiration for yourself, express it.

Praise and compliments are the expression of admiration. For the couples of old people interviewed by Dr. Karl, this is one of the reasons for regret. They felt they could have praised more, magnified and exalted more the qualities and attributes of their partners. For those who did, the result was a warm atmosphere of mutual appreciation.

That is why Dr. Karl’s advice based on this study and others of a psychological nature is to give each other small and unexpected gifts every day. The mere fact that one is preoccupied with finding or doing something for another will greatly contribute to daily happiness. And the happiness of a life is made of happy days. Think about it on Valentine’s Day.

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