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The world is stressed already, and so is many marriages. Take a look that few things to help you spice your marriage
Make eye contact
Look him in the eyes when he walks through the door. Show him that you’re prepared to focus on him for at least a minute or two. Let him know that you’re glad to have him home and that his presence in your home is important to you.
Always greet him with a kiss
While it can be easy to get caught up in whatever has been going on in your day, and view your husband as a fellow worker who’s finally come to take over the next shift, it’s important to remember that your marriage is a top priority. Greeting your husband with a kiss helps you both remember the excitement and romance that brought you together in the first place — something that can, at times, seem very far away when you’re caught up in the day-to-day grind!
Stop what you’re doing
It can be tough to break away from whatever it is you’re doing when your husband walks in the door, but taking just a moment to greet him with undivided attention can make a big difference. After all, if your husband is the most important person in your life, shouldn’t he deserve to feel that way?
Take a few minutes to talk
Ask him how his day went, and tell him about yours. Take a few minutes for some conversation before you both disappear into household chores and dinner prep.
Remember, it’s okay if it’s not perfect. Maybe you haven’t had a single moment to pick up the house before your husband returns from work. Maybe the baby has been crying all day long, and you haven’t had a chance to shower. Greeting your husband isn’t about achieving perfection; it’s about taking the time to show him just how much he means to you. It’s important for both of you, and for your family as a whole, that the two of you have a few minutes to re-connect and re-focus on just why you became a family in the first place. Who knows? After a few minutes of focusing on your love for your spouse, cleaning up those toys may not seem like such a daunting job, after all.
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