If you have an outstanding marriage, chances are you have stayed thoughtful and committed.
Keeping your wedding vows will help you experience a life of happiness, contentment and joy as husband and wife.
When you’re thoughtful, you think of your spouse’s needs. You’re aware that some things you say and do can be hurtful or annoying. It could be something as fundamental as calling in advance to let them know you’re going to be home late, following through on a promise or something as simple as putting the cap back on the toothpaste.
How can you demonstrate thoughtfulness in your relationship?
- Write a list of thoughtful behaviors;
- Put a plan in place to demonstrate your love and affection;
- Act on that plan.
Thoughtfulness opens the door to effective communication, intimacy and trust in your marriage.
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Do you remember a time when you were thoughtless? How did you make up for it? We’d love to hear your success stories. Post your comments below.