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Ask a Question What would you like to know about this product? This will help you both look at things together and strengthen each other as you put them in proper perspective. An area of his needs, her needs will certainly be satisfied as you practice this. Do it today! Happy Marriage Tip 5: His Needs Her Needs - satisfied by Embracing Your Differences They say it is usually the unique traits of your partner that attracted you to them at first, that ends up driving you crazy.
Now, that does not have to be the case when we learn to embrace their differences, love those differences and express our appreciation of the fact that he or her is different in that way from us, and that we are not embarassed and never will be ashamed or put down by their uniqueness.
It could be the way they laugh, walk, talk or react to situations. Now, this is not referring to say, dressing in a provocative manner in public or some extreme situation that is a product of immaturity. A sense of security is established in their heart, knowing you have fully embraced who they are and have no plans of getting them to change or else. This sense of security is definitely among his needs, or her needs, especially for the ladies; this is certainly one of her needs. You need to give that assurance of security.
Admiring his or her differences can help your marriage relationship remain interesting.
Honestly, you are really beginning to love your spouse when he or she does something that is way difference from your style, and you love them for it.
Think about it. Just that additional degree makes all of the difference. Similarly, just a little more of something, sometimes makes a lot of impact. It could be a simple touch, such as a gentle squeeze of a shoulder or arm as you pass by your mate. This will usually be well appreciated, as it conveys a meaningful message of love and caring.
Do this sometimes, and you will be satisfying one of his needs, her needs. Something else that could have that same extra-degree-effect and meet one other of his needs, her needs, can be simply expressing appreciation for a kind, selfless gesture done, such as, when he opens your door, or when he or she hands you a plate, or similar acts of kindness.
These gestures should be followed with a kind word of appreciation, which shows we notice and appreciate the little things, and that speaks volumes of our sense of respect and politeness. And since this is a marriage relationship, where there are no hidden agendas, receiving and giving compliments should be done freely.
Happy Marriage Tip 7: His Needs Her Needs: Respect and Love For a man, respect is the most important thing he values and for a woman, love is the most important thing to her.
And so, if a man senses his wife was being disrespectful, he will react in an unloving matter. On the other hand, when a woman senses her husband has just acted unloving, she will react in a disrespectful manner.
And the cycle continues. I strongly believe that when you speak a man's primary love language, he senses respect or sees it as respecting him.
The same goes a for lady; when you speak her primary love language, she senses that as love.
So for the man, when you sense disrespect from your wife, as yourself the question, "did I just act in an unloving way? And for the lady, when you feel your husband acted unloving, ask yourself, "did I just act disrespectfully?
Asking yourself these questions, and answering them will help you identify those little things that can lead to conflict, and start learning to avoid them. Now, to break the cycle mentioned above, you will have to go out of your way to respond differently. Men, you will have to respond lovingly even after sensing disrespect and women, you will have to respond respecfully, even after sensing an unloving attitude.
This will end the cycle and get the respect and love flowing again. As you do this today, you will be undoubtedly meeting his needs, her needs. Honestly, when they walk into a room, you can feel the depression or despondency.
Now, on the other hand, when a person who tends to be appreciative, hopeful and confident about the future or the success of something, walks into the room, you feel your spirit or confidence raised by their presence.
Both of these feelings are brought back to one's mind long after the person leaves the room. So the food for thought is, which of the two are we: The voice of discouragement or the uplifter of the lives of others?
If we are not at the place we would so much like to be, in the words of H. Jackson Brown, Jr. It all goes back to the stories and thoughts we allow to be created in our minds.