38 ways to improve your Marriage

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38 ways to improve your Marriage

Here are 38 things you can start doing to improve your marriage today!
 
1. Compliment your spouse daily
2. Buy them their favorite drink
3. Reach for their hand when watching TV
4. Talk about the little things
5. Don’t keep secrets
6. Initiate sex
7. Apologize when you’re wrong
8. Take a walk hand in hand
9. Go to bed together
10. Read a marriage book together
11. Appreciate all that your spouse does
12. Give more and expect less
13. Simplify your life so you have more time for connection
14. Schedule date nights regularly
15. Ask for what you want and need (your spouse isn’t mind reader)
16. Stay healthy and try to look your best
17. Remove the television from your bedroom
18. Create shared goals
19. Offer to help with the daily chores
20. Make forgiveness part of your marriage strategy

21. Give grace freely

22. Talk a little less and listen more
23. Turn off your phone
24. Go on a weekend getaway just you two
25. Plan and stick to a budget
26. Remember that you’re on the same team
27. Always kiss goodnight
28. Be the first to say SORRY
29. Be quick to defend your spouse’s honor
30. Be willing to have the tough conversations
31. Don’t give up
32. Choose to love even when you don’t feel like it
33. Eat dinner together
34. Always discuss major purchases before making them
35. Remove the word “DIVORCE” from your vocabulary
36. Learn something new together
37. Respect your spouse’s opinion
38. Be vulnerable

Dayo Fawusi
Dayo Fawusi
I am Dayo Fawusi - a UK certified professional life coach, US certified behavior consultant, writer, entrepreneur and a champion in Lean Six Sigma methodology. I am a gentle, optimistic and refined People manager, who looks for balance and harmony everywhere with a great sense of justice. I have a mission to cooperate, to persuade, to mediate, to conciliate, equalize things around me and work for the peace and harmony of the world. I have a deep interest in human performance development and world cultures. I spend most of my time coaching individuals and consulting on strategy, innovation, projects and human resource development. I have consistently in my previous jobs working with multinational and multifunctional groups, demonstrated strong ability to motivate, challenge and inspire individuals and groups to greater participation and dedication. I am skillful in creating vision, managing change and motivating others to achieve excellence in performance. I have great ability to identify patterns, structures and connections within information and quantifiable data.

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