Sometimes, people just need a little reassurance that they are doing the right things and making the right decisions. The below series of words of affirmation aim to target those closest to you, such as your spouse, with important words that reassure your relationship. The more frequently you share these words, the happier your relationship will be.
Do you feel like I’m understanding you?
Got a minute? There’s something I want to show you in the bedroom.
Got your favorite snack at the grocery store.
I admire you in _____. In fact, I could learn a lot from you in that area.
I am more in love with you than ever.
I can’t believe how _____ you are. You are so clearly gifted in that area.
I feel so proud when I’m with you.
I got you this, just because.
I had no idea you could do that. You continue to impress me.
I hope it’s okay; I tackled _____ from your to-do list today. I know it’s been hanging over your head.
I know you and I haven’t been seeing eye-to-eye lately. But I want to let you know that I accept you whether I agree with you or not, and I’m committed to working on our relationship so we both feel understood and secure.
I love doing _____ with you.
I saw this and knew it would look great on you.
I saw this at the store, and it made me think of you
I’m proud of you. That takes an incredible amount of courage/humility/forethought, etc.
I’m seeing lately that you may not feel very _____, but I hope you know I still respect you deeply.
I’m so glad you’re home.
No matter how royally you mess up, I’ll always be glad you’re mine, I’ll forgive you, and I’ll love your socks off.
Thanks for doing that. It means a lot to me when you serve me in little ways like that.
What do you think?
Why don’t you take the night off? I’ve got the kids.
You and me this evening: Game on
You handled that incredibly well.
Feelings of happiness can spread an emotional and ripple effect to those around them causing them to be happier too. As feelings of happiness increase, more people increase their energy, productivity, health, and prosperity. The International Day of Happiness is on March 20th. The below infographic provides a listing of ways to be happier on this day, and everyday.
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