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9 Small Ways To Show Your Partner You Adore Them

9 Small Ways To Show Your Partner You Adore Them

As humans, we sometimes feel like we need to show our love and affection for our significant other through grand gestures of adoration; but the truth is, it’s actually the little affirmations which count the most! 

 

Regardless of your love language, showing affection is a fundamental part of any happy and healthy relationship.

 

Not only does it have proven physical benefits, like lowering stress levels and releasing dopamine and serotonin — showing affection can significantly strengthen the bond and trust a couple share together.

 

Here are 9 Small Ways To Show Your Partner You Adore Them, which will subsequently strengthen your relationship and show that you truly care:

 

  1. Do Something Kind for Them Daily 🥰

 

Surprise them by cooking up their favourite dinner. Sneak a “you’re on my mind” message into their work bag or coat pocket. Even something like giving your partner a genuine compliment on their appearance that day can be a fantastic way to show your affection.

 

It’s the smallest gestures that show your partner how they mean to you. Bear in mind that it really doesn’t take too much to make somebody’s day!

 


  1. Make An Effort To Genuinely Listen 👂

 

Maybe you’re having a discussion about something serious, like your partner’s insecurities; or maybe it’s something little about how they don’t like pineapple on their pizza — regardless of what it is, you should be listening and storing this information constantly. 

 

True listening includes making eye contact while having a conversation, as well as giving your full, undivided attention to your significant other. Really show them that you care about what they have to say, and provide responses that further the conversation or show that you understand what they’re saying.

 

  1. Tell Them How Much They Mean To You 🗣

 

Make a habit of affirming your love and respect for your partner daily. The more you verbally tell your partner that you care about them, the more it’ll stick with them and make them feel more secure in your relationship.

 

Something as simple as sending an “I love you” text in the middle of the day for no reason can make your spouse feel hugely validated by you. 

 

  1. Plan Some One-On-One Time 👩‍❤️‍👨

 

Making the time and effort to plan something special for just you and your partner will be effective in showing them that they are a number one priority in your life.

 

Don’t let things turn stale! Instead of saying, “Let’s go on a date” or “You never take me out” — rather just take the initiative, plan a date on a night that you know they’re free, and tell them when and where it’s happening!

 

  1. Do The Unexpected 💥

 

When you do something unexpected for your partner, their brain recognises it as something new, exciting, and different — which can trigger their endorphins!

 

Again, this doesn’t have to be some extravagant gesture. A small act such as leaving a note by the door before you leave home in the morning, sending them a cute text during your lunch break, or giving them a little gift on a random Monday keeps things fresh and exciting, as well as showing them that you care.

 

  1. Pay Attention To The Little Details 👁

 

Remember when your significant other said they didn’t like pineapple on their pizza? Remembering this fragment of information can make a huge difference when you compromise and surprise them by ordering it exactly as they love it!

 

Recalling your partner’s little quirks shows them that you’re really paying attention and listening to them when they talk to you. In the end, all that listening translates into you showing affection for your partner.

 

  1. Remember The Importance of Physical Touch 🙏

 

When last did you reach out and grab your partner’s hand while walking down the street? Do you give them a kiss before you run off to work every morning? Studies show that people feel more secure in their relationships when physical, romantic, and intimate touch is in the picture.

 

Physical touch has actually been shown to resolve conflicts faster, and lower blood pressure. Touch combined with eye contact is proof that you and your partner are both present in that moment, and fully in tune with each other’s emotions.

 

  1. Always Be Willing To Help Them 🤲

 

Maybe they can’t find their sunglasses, maybe they don’t have enough time that day to go and do grocery shopping, maybe they’re struggling with their self-confidence… Whatever the issue — help your partner get through it!

 

Both physical and emotional support are essential in improving and maintaining a solid relationship. Be there for your partner through the fun times and the tough times. Sometimes you need to put your own feelings aside for the benefit of your partner, and help them handle whatever is happening. Make a vow to have each other’s backs no matter what!

 

  1. No Matter How Busy You Are, Always Make Time for Them 🗓

 

Making an intentional effort to spend time together is a wonderful way to show adoration and affection to your spouse. Even if this time-blocking an hour into your busy schedule — you need to do it. Giving your partner your time is a small, but extremely meaningful, way to show how much you care.

 

Meeting up for a quick lunch, stopping by their place of work to say hi, or even commuting home together are all things you can work into your hectic weekday work schedule. Find out what works best for both of you, and then commit to spending that time together!

 

➡️At the end of the day, the key to any successful relationship is simply being present! ⬅️

 

Being present with your significant other — both physically and emotionally — is probably the most affirming and affectionate thing you could possibly do to show that you care for and respect them.

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Sigurd Henrik Vedal is an American-Norwegian entrepreneur; investor; e-commerce- and social media specialist; life, business and relationship coach; and public speaker.

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