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Keep the flame alive by giving your spouse compliments

Try to compliment your spouse at least once every day. If this sounds like a lot, give compliments once every other day and then increase it to once every day. Look for things you can comment on that you haven't mentioned before.

Make sure your compliments are sincere and honest. When they are not, your compliments turn into flattery. Flattery is usually received with negativity and may be perceived as being manipulative.

The importance of complimenting your spouse

When you give sincere compliments to your spouse, several things are accomplished, including but not limited to:

  • Your spouse's self-confidence is increased.
  • Your spouse will feel more appreciated.
  • Your own self-worth is increased.
  • You will feel more romantic.
  • The friendship between the two of you is strengthened.

Tips on how to give good compliments:

  • Compliment immediately: If you your spouse accomplishes something, give them a compliment about it immediately. Don't wait until the end of the day because your.
  • Make it good: "Good job" might not be good enough if your spouse thinks they did a great job. "Nice presentation" could be a disappointment if your spouse thought they made a terrific presentation.
  • Be sincere: If you cannot think of a reason to give your spouse a compliment, wait until you can think of something to compliment them about.

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