What Makes You a Great Partner

You want to be the best partner your partner has ever had. But with the hustle and bustle of modern-day living, it can be difficult to stay attuned to what their needs are. It’s all about finding a balance between work and your personal life. You don’t want your drive and ambition take over your life and you definitely don’t want to lose someone that is most important to you!

If you found your perfect marriage match on GoMarry.com then you need to be a good partner to them. Your meeting was unconventional, but your love story is just as unique.

Here are a few tips on things you should do or keep on doing if you want to be a great partner to your partner.

  1. Listen

Listen to your partner’s day. Ask them many questions and remember the information they give you. You never know when they will bring up the topic again and if you remembered it will show that you care and are really interested in their life.

  1. Find their love language

You’ve probably heard of the five love languages? Find out what your partner’s love language is and show them love in that way. Whether it’s with gifts, giving them compliments, physical attention, doing something nice or spending quality time with them. Even though it’s not the way you are used to showing love, you should try to adapt to make them feel loved.

  1. Make them feel appreciated

Nothing is worse for anyone coming home after a long day of work and saying things like, “what did you do all day?” or “How can you be tired, you didn’t even do anything!” Change those sentences into, “I don’t know how you do it all!” or “Thank you, for all the hard work you are putting in!” The more you appreciate your partner the more they will do.

  1. Be fun

Everybody loves being around someone who can have a laugh and be fun. Being around a partner that’s constantly sad and negative can push you away. Great partners see the positive side in bad situations. They uplift, motivate and encourage.


  1. Respect

Not only should you respect your partner’s ambitions, passions, and opinions but you should also respect their body and their physical well-being. Respect stretches so far and can be interpreted in many ways. From, respecting the way they like to eat their breakfast to respecting their personal possessions. If you don’t like eating your breakfast on the patio, but they do. Let them do it, even better, join in. If the watch that they are wearing holds sentimental value, even though it’s falling apart. You should respect their emotional attachment to it.


Try being an even better partner to your loved one every single day!

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