Seven Little Things That Make a Huge Difference in Marriage

Seven Little Things That Make a Huge Difference in Marriage

Seven Little Things That Make a Huge Difference in Marriage

Making your marriage work as planned is not all about doing the big things. Sometimes, the little things count, and you would be surprised at how much difference these things can make. From how you behave towards your spouse to letting go of certain habits, your marriage will most likely improve when you pay attention to seemingly trivial matters than putting in enormous efforts. To treat your marriage with care, a marriage therapist in Orlando could be the way to go. But first, find out some of the little things you can do to enjoy marital bliss.

  • 1. Schedule a weekly date night

    By the time you factor in life, career and familial commitments you will realize that over time, you have less time to bond with your spouse. You should find a way to keep your relationship regularly nourished. A great idea is to pick a day of the week where you get to spend time with each other and have fun. It does not have to cost a lot of money; there are affordable and creative options.

  • 2. Set a daily marriage goal

    Think about waking up every day and setting a goal to achieve for that day. A conscious effort to accomplish something with your spouse goes a long way. If you decide not to be irritable or snap at your spouse, that is a great idea. In a short while, you will find yourself consciously doing it every day, and it becomes a part of you.

  • 3. Focus on your contribution and not what you receive

    What are you giving in the marriage? Are you making the marriage an easy one for you and your spouse or otherwise? Try to focus on the efforts you are putting to make the marriage grow and more comfortable for your spouse. This way, you will bother less about how the marriage is stressful or complicated.

  • 4. Always pay attention

    An unhealthy act in marriage is tuning off your spouse. If your spouse says something that you were not paying attention to, this signals a massive gap in communications. Pay attention to whatever your spouse is saying, put down your phone, reduce the volume on the TV and you will see how less worrisome your marriage will be.

  • 5. Your spouse should be your topmost priority

    Usually, the brunt of most people’s frustration and lousy work days is felt the most by their spouses. This should not be you. Regardless of how you feel or whatever you are going through, your spouse should be treated better and not be poorly behaved too. Whatever respect you give to people like your boss, colleagues, friends, and even strangers, your spouse should get an equal amount or more.

  • 6. Speak less, listen more

    This is a rule of thumb in every marriage, and it is something a marriage therapist in Orlando will never forget to tell you. It swings both ways, and the result is usually a calmer environment where both parties allow each other to express their feelings. Focus on listening to what your spouse has to say rather than what you have to say.

  • 7. Be encouraging

    Criticizing is one of the easiest things to do is criticize, but with your spouse, you have to nip it in the bud. You should be your spouse’s biggest fan and supporter. You should offer the maximum level of support to your spouse every day.

For a marriage to be successful, it is not exactly brain surgery. Marriage involves two people trying to make a relationship work for the rest of their lives. A marriage therapist in Orlando helps through difficult marital issues, but the bulk of the work lies with the two parties who are married to each other. If things get beyond control, a marriage therapist in Orlando may be the best option. Orlando Thrive Therapy is only a phone call away. Call 407 592 8997 to book a session.

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Heather Oller is the owner and founder of Orlando Thrive Therapy, Coaching, and Counseling. She is a licensed counselor and a family mediator who has over 23 years of dedicated work as a professional in the mental health field. Through her company's mission, she continues to pave the way for future therapists, and their clients, who want a higher quality of life....and who want to thrive, rather than just survive. You can contact Orlando Thrive Therapy at (407) 592-8997 for more information.