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How to Love Your Spouse Well


Whether it’s the day after your wedding, another date night, or your 50th anniversary, loving your spouse well is a never-ending task. Since none of us are perfect, you won’t always love your spouse perfectly. However, you do have the ability to learn as much as you can about them and then use what you know to create happiness in both of your lives. Loving another person comes with its own unique challenges, and sometimes you might need some extra support.

BetterHelp is a great resource for those wanting help navigating their marriage, love life, or any other aspect of life they may need guidance in. 

Doing Starts with Knowing

Before you can love another person well, you need to know them intimately. Get to know your spouse’s likes and dislikes, passions, pet peeves, and love language. The more you know about them, the better you’ll be able to show them love in a way they can understand and perceive. 

Don’t Get Complacent

Pursuing your spouse is a lifelong journey and there will always be more to learn. Seek to keep building on the foundation of your marriage by spending quality time with your spouse and being intentional. Plan date nights, talk through conflict, and stay intimate with one another.  

The Small Things

You’d be surprised at how much of a difference even the small things make. Love doesn’t have to be grand, just intentional. Consider trying these:

  • Write a love note

  • Give a massage

  • Tell jokes

  • Cuddle

  • Do the chores

  • Give them compliments

  • Plan a vacation

Loving your spouse well doesn’t have to be complicated. Spouses should be each other’s biggest fans, best support systems, and strongest allies. When both parties make the other their biggest priority, it allows the relationship to blossom.

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