For What Does Your Spouse Thank You the Most?

 

Thank-you card from RCS customer Hannah's socks to Richard! Go Richard go! - 030320091603 by roland

Thank-you card from RCS customer Hannah's socks to Richard! Go Richard go! - 030320091603 by roland

The experts tell us that men and women have different priorities in romantic relationships, that we value different variables at different levels.  A woman values the strength and masculinity of her man.  This includes his ability to love and to honor, to protect and assist, to have and to hold.  She values his trust, his empathy, and his enamorment when it comes to her.

 

Men value a lot of the same relationship qualities, but often in a different order of importance.  A man values the softness and femininity of his woman.  For a man, this includes a woman’s ability to love and to support, to nurture and care, to accept and to understand his nature.

These qualities will vary from person to person and from relationship to relationship.  So, how can you know which qualities are the most important to your spouse?  A simple ‘thank you’ can provide the answer.  Take notice.  Which qualities does your spouse thank you for the most?  Do you thank your spouse for providing those qualities that are the most important to you?

 

Wedded Bliss Wednesdays is a forum in which I discuss the joys and the heartaches of marriage, sometimes in jest.  I look forward to your discussion, as I will gain a lot from your input.

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One response to “For What Does Your Spouse Thank You the Most?

  1. Paulette

    I think to say thank you to your spouse for a variety of things is very important. It always amazes me how people will thank complete strangers for doing something for them but would not thank their spouse or other family members for the same thing.

    My husband always thanks me for dinner, washing etc. and I always thank him for emptying the trash, putting away dishes, opening doors etc.

    Maybe in some of the relationship items you mentioned appreciation is shown in different ways not necessarily verbally. However, I think it is important to say thank you for these things occasionally too.

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