Honor, Respect, Belief, Support, Encourage, Inspire
He Might Be Thinking:
Does my spouse like me for who I am, or because of what I can do for him/her?
When my spouse complains about me, does that mean he/she does not like me?
Does my spouse really understand what is important to me?
Does my spouse understand my love language?
I hope I am meeting my spouse's financial expectations.
Am I doing enough to keep my spouse happy?
Am I satisfying my partner's physical needs?
I wonder if my spouse still loves me after all of these years.
How can I make my partner happier without spending a lot of money?
Sometimes I really don't understand what my spouse is talking about.
How much money do I need to make to be sure my spouse is taken care of if I die?
What should I be doing to encourage my spouse to feel in the mood for intimacy?
Does my spouse appreciate all of the things I am doing to keep him/her satisfied?
Words That Might Be Encouraging:
I believe in you.
I love you more now than when I first met you.
I am so glad you asked me to marry you.
I wish your mother really knew how good of a husband you are.
I want to be the best possible partner that I can be for you.
What more could I be doing to make you happier as my husband?
I wish we could spend more time together, but I understand that you are working so hard right now to give us more security.
One of my biggest priorities is to help you achieve your personal goals.
I want you to become the best version of yourself.
I am grateful that God put us together.
I feel spiritually connected to you.
I can’t believe we are already celebrating another anniversary.
Time flies when you are married to the right person.
Talking to you is one my favorite things to do with my free time.
I love the way your brain works.
I can't imagine being married to anyone but you.
I am glad I didn't settle for second best; I got you.
Even if you had no money, I would still be happy being with you.
There is no one else I would want to start a family with than you.
Your gray hair makes you look really sexy to me.
You always have my back.
You always have my best interests at heart.
I'm looking forward to growing old with you.
Marrying you was one of the best decisions I have ever made.
If I would have known then what I know now, I still would have asked you to marry me.
Words That Might Be Discouraging:
You never spend any time with me.
You are too busy.
I am tired of cleaning up after you.
We never have fun anymore.
You seem to think everyone else is attractive except me.
Why don't you look at me the way you used to?
Do you think I look fat in this outfit?
Do I remind you of my mother?
I am not your maid; can you do your part?
I feel like you don't try as hard to be romantic since we have been married.
You never [fill in the blank].
Do you expect me to do everything around the house?
Do you know what it means to be good husband?
You need to start exercising.
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