Share your life with her. She needs to connect with you in a special way, so create margin so she can share her life with you in every area — home, family, work, and outside interests. Don't shut her out. Be a man of character and integrity.
Be attentive to the little things she loves.
According to Manly, people tend to feel very happy when their partner pays attention to the little things about them. "Most wives thrive and feel deeply loved when their husbands attend to their little preferences in life," she tells mbg.
Love and affection are the foundations:
Women long for affection in their relationship, whether they are newly married or have spent a couple of years in their marriage. They like to know that they are valued and loved by their husbands. As an ideal husband, you need to spend some fruitful time with your wife.
Talking with your spouse is one of the best ways to keep your marriage healthy and successful. Be honest about what you're feeling, but be kind and respectful when you communicate. Part of good communication is being a good listener and taking the time to understand what it is your spouse wants and needs from you.
Women want a husband that they can count on, and this hasn't changed in recent years. Yes, women look to their spouse to be a lover and friend, but they also want him to be supportive and trustworthy. They want to know that he will be there and will be loyal.
Honesty and trust become the foundation for everything in a successful marriage. But unlike most of the other essentials on this list, trust takes time. You can become selfless, committed, or patient in a moment, but trust always takes time.
There are many factors that contribute to a satisfying marriage/relationship such as; Love, Commitment, Trust, Time, Attention, Good Communication including Listening , Partnership, Tolerance, Patience, Openness, Honesty, Respect, Sharing, Consideration, Generosity, Willingness/Ability to Compromise, Constructive ...
A marriage needs love, esteem, and actualization. This can translate into physical affection, commitment, and supporting each other's goals.
Traits of Relational Sensitivity
Women need men to show kindness, patience, understanding, empathy, and compassion. Regardless of the type of relationship, men and women should be considerate of each other's feelings.
“Your wife needs to be told that she is loved, that she is beautiful to you, and that she is valued.” While as men, we enjoy our wife re-affirming us and our roles, we need to make sure that we are constantly feeding affirmation into her heart and life as well. She thrives upon being affirmed by you.
Maturity, decisiveness, consistency, and strength—these are the four things women want and need most from a man. In his book, Bernard teaches readers how to identify and cultivate these traits toward a happy and long-lasting relationship—one built to weather any storm.
Share Your Heart with Her
Often the key to getting her in the mood is to show her that you're able to be vulnerable with her. You trust her. You want to be closer to her in a way that's not just physical. Think about it: With sex, she's letting you into her body.
A good wife exhibits both care and compassion. She is sensitive to the family's needs, and does her best to provide a solution. She understands when her husband is frustrated, and tries to make him happy. Her caring disposition makes sure the family does not lack in any aspect of life.
A Good Wife Is Appreciative
Many qualities make a good wife, but one of the most important is being appreciative. A good wife knows how to show her husband that she's grateful for all he does for her and their family. She can do this by thanking him every day for something he does for her or the family.
The 3x3 Rule! Basically, you and your partner get 3 hours a week of uninterrupted alone time. You can take those 3 hours all at once OR break it up into a half hour here, an hour there, etc. You also get 3 hours of uninterrupted TOGETHER time.
4. The Golden Rule. Treat your significant other the way you would want to be treated. Be the person you would want to be married to.
The traits of a good husband include loyalty, communication, respect, and of course – love! Your spouse doesn't have to have all of the good qualities in a man listed above to be a wonderful, loving partner to you. Growth is an important part of love.
In their 2006 book, The 7 Stages of Marriage, marriage therapist DeMaria and co-writer Harrar present the 7 stages as: Passion, Realization, Rebellion, Cooperation, Reunion, Explosion and Completion.
It's all about the "three P's." "We profess, we provide and we protect," he says. "A man has got to see where he fits into the providing and protecting role. If you've got everything, you can do everything, you've got your own car … you've got a guard dog and a handgun.
So take them in the spirit in which they are offered, which is a lens to think about your own relationship. This blog is the first of a series on the 5 C's which are Chemistry, Commonality, Constructive Conflict, Courtesy and Commitment.