50 Gifts for Your Marriage to Thrive

Posted: May 29, 2013 in Uncategorized
Marriage is not defined by lifestyle or even how long you’ve been married. 
A simple marriage is defined most by choice. 
A choice to keep things simple, to keep the marriage relationship sacred, passionate and alive.
Make the choice to have a marriage that not only survives, but thrives.
Here are 50 Gifts for Marriage to Thrive…
  1. Start each day with a kiss.
  2. Wear your wedding ring at all times.
  3. Date once a week.
  4. Accept differences.
  5. Be polite.
  6. Be gentle.
  7. Give gifts.
  8. Smile often.
  9. Touch.
  10. Talk about your dreams.
  11. Choose a song that can be “your song.”
  12. Give back rubs.
  13. Laugh together.
  14. Send a card for no reason.
  15. Do what your spouse wants before being asked.
  16. Listen.
  17. Encourage.
  18. Do it the other’s way.
  19. Know your mate’s needs.
  20. Fix his (or her) favorite breakfast.
  21. Compliment your partner twice a day.
  22. Call just to say, “I love you.”
  23. Slow down.
  24. Hold hands.
  25. Cuddle.
  26. Ask your spouse’s opinion.
  27. Show respect.
  28. Welcome each other home.
  29. Look your best for your mate.
  30. Wink at each other.
  31. Celebrate birthdays in a big way.
  32. Apologize.
  33. Forgive.
  34. Set up a romantic getaway.
  35. Ask, “What can I do to make you happier?”
  36. Be positive.
  37. Be kind.
  38. Be vulnerable.
  39. Respond quickly to your mate’s requests.
  40. Talk about your love.
  41. Reminisce about your favorite time together.
  42. Treat his (or her) relatives and friends with courtesy.
  43. Send flowers every Valentines Day and anniversary.
  44. Admit when you are wrong.
  45. Be sensitive to your mate’s sexual desire.
  46. Pray for him (or her) daily.
  47. Watch sunsets together.
  48. Say, “I love you” frequently.
  49. End each day with a hug.
  50. Seek outside help when you need it.



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