How To Keep Your Partner Happy



The 1,440 minutes that make up each and every day can seem like both an eternity and a brief moment.


We don’t know how the time has passed so quickly or how we were able to accomplish so little. We lose track of what we’ve done and where we’ve been.


But there is always time for being happy.


Because happiness is a choice that we make each and every day.


It starts with waking up in the morning and deciding to be happy no matter what happens, no matter what mistakes we might make, no matter who makes us angry or unhappy.


Here are ten ways on how to make your significant other happy:


  1. Breakfast in bed


 This is a classic! Wake up before your partner does, prepare their favorite breakfast and surprise them with breakfast in bed. Don't forget the roses!


  1. Give them a hug and kiss when they least expect it


These two simple gestures can go a long way and are very often forgotten when you live together.


  1. Do something that they love to do


 You may not be interested in watching football but if your partner loves it, join them for one game. It will mean the world to them!


  1. Write a love letter  


Writing a love letter might seem old-fashioned but it's still quite romantic in this day and age. All you have to do is take a pen and paper — or use your computer — and write down all the reasons why you love them so much. It doesn't have to be long or complicated; just say what comes into your heart.


  1. Give compliments


A sincere compliment shows that you've taken the time to notice something special about the person you love. Compliments can be as simple as telling someone they're funny, smart or that you like the way they look today.


  1. Be interested in your partner's interests  


One great way to keep your significant other happy is by showing an interest in their life, even if it's something you're not all that interested in. Once or twice a week, ask your partner about their day, any hobbies they have or any other subject that interests them. This will make them feel like you care about what they have to say and they are important to you. This can also help them open up more to you because they feel like they can talk about anything with you.


  1. Be supportive


One of the most crucial things you can do to keep your significant other happy is to be supportive. This doesn't mean you have to agree on everything. It means that you need to be able to listen without judgment and allow them to express their opinions without feeling like they're being attacked.  


Being supportive not only enriches your relationship, it also makes you feel closer and more connected.  It can be hard to be supportive when someone is sharing something that's bothering them and it's just not something that would bother you at all, but try to empathize anyway.


  1. Acknowledge the other person's opinion, even if you don't agree with it.


Sometimes, arguments are inevitable, even with your best friend. But one of the most important things to remember is that no matter how much you love each other, it’s always possible to hurt one another without meaning to.


If you care about your significant other (SO), you should do everything in your power to let them know that they’re yours and vice versa. If you often find yourself fighting, here are some tips on how to fight fair:


Acknowledge the other person's opinion, even if you don't agree with it. This doesn't mean that you have to like what they're saying; just make sure that you understand their point of view.


Don't talk over each other or interrupt. You'll both get a chance to say exactly what's on your mind, so there's no need to rush.


Be aware of nonverbal communication — don't give off negative or dismissive body language when the other person is speaking.


  1. Be affectionate in little ways, often – a hug, a touch on the arm or shoulder, a kiss goodbye, etc..


This is the best lesson in being a good partner: When you make your significant other happy, they love you even more. Not only are they happier because they're getting to experience the best things in life, but you get to feel like the king of the world.


The best way to make your significant other happy is simply by being affectionate in little ways. Wear their shirt when you go out to a restaurant; hold their hand when you're walking; give them a kiss when they come home from work; and surprise them with a gift or a little bonus every once in a while.


These kinds of gestures may not seem like much to most people, but if your partner is someone who really cares about you, it can mean the world to them. And it's effective because it's so subtle that it goes completely unnoticed.


  1. Be willing to compromise and make sacrifices for the sake of your relationship and the happiness of your partner.


If you want to keep your significant other happy, you should be willing to compromise, which means you don't always get what you want but you do get something close enough that makes both parties satisfied.  You should also be willing to make sacrifices for them when they need it most, like if they're sick or going through a rough time with work – these are small things that show how much you care about their happiness above all else.  The first step towards being able to compromise is listening with empathy: not just hearing what someone says but also understanding their point of view and reacting appropriately. This means not only will you be able to relate better but also build stronger relationships.


In the end, there are no silver bullets to a successful relationship. Each couple is unique, with their own set of problems, and a clearer picture will only emerge through open and honest discussion about those differences with your partner. Still, if you’re looking for some guidelines, be sure to communicate with each other and make sacrifices when necessary to keep your significant other happy.


In conclusion, there are many ways to make your partner happy. If you start acting on those, the better chance you’re going to have building the relationship. But what matters most is not how well you can do things for them but rather how much you love them.

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