(Closed) What does your significant other do to make you feel special and appreciated?posted 5 years ago in Emotional
- 5 years ago
- Wedding: November 2018
I love this thread 🙂
My SO is mostly just endlessley supportive. He’s very good about anticipating my needs (help around the house, cooking, bringing home a bottle of wine and a snack when he goes out shopping, drawing me a bath when I’m at my limit and need to relax)
My favourite thing he does though is that he still asks me out on dates. We live together so obviously we could go out whenever, but once a week (or every other if we’re busy) He’ll ask me if I’m free or schedule a date night with me if I’m not, and then plans a dinner/movie/activity. It’s so wonderful to be “dated” regularly, even though weve been living together for two years.
It’s especially funny when I have plans and he books me ahead a few days, since i’ll just come home to him later at night (“oh sure, stand me up for your friends” he’ll laugh)
- 5 years ago
FH and I sort of “live our love” — by that I mean, all day every day we do little things. We hold hands often, and end the day by cuddling. We thank each other for getting the other a glass of water, or making dinner, or playing with the dog. We ask about each other’s days and actively listen. He puts the seat warmer on for me in the car, and I give him back rubs. We make time for each other. If I need a hug, he’ll stop what he is doing and hug me.
We are both active participants in our relationship. We’ve been together over 5.5 years and I feel like our love grows every day.
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