Making him feel appreciated

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Sometimes we are so used to the husband making us feel special and appreciated.That we forget hes got feelings and heart too.How do I make him feel the way he makes me?


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Swlkr50 - posted on 09/04/2012




I do small things often like mailing him a card, making him his favorite meal, ironing his clothes for the next day and remembering to pick up the latest video game that he is looking forward to :)

Julie - posted on 08/10/2012




I do little things like, leave a note in his suitcase or lunchbox. I text him "i love you" or "thank you's" randomly.
I have bought my husband flowers before and had them sent to his office. Or just take care of little things around the house he did not have time to get to. I take the kids so he can get a bike ride in, or go away with his buddies for the weekend. Give-Give is what we call it. "Give-Give"

Deet - posted on 08/03/2012




Men love food. Make him his fave meal with wine or beer of his liking. Make it a point to tell him this is specially for him and how he makes you feel special. If you want to go further than that, you could give him a back massage & then some ;)

Stephanie - posted on 08/03/2012




Sometimes I put notes in his lunch, send him random text to let him know how much he means to me and that he makes me smile when he doesn't even know it. I always say thank you and that I am still proud after 13 years and 2 children to be his wife. I think the biggest thing he appreciates is that I am supportive in his guy time activities. I don't want him to ever feel like he is just a husband and father but that he has his own identity as well.

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Thank You, And thats one thing I do.I stare and let him know how much I love and appreciate all he does.Kissing him out of the blue is my favorite thing.Im thinking of putting notes in his work clothes saying I love you.Thats not to corny is it?

Amrit - posted on 07/31/2012




Just kiss him out of the blue once in a while- when he is least expecting (but likely to be receptive) and smile at him.

Chaya - posted on 07/29/2012




Put the kids to bed, watch television for an hour or so to make sure children are asleep, then take him to bed yourself. This will not work during the sport season of his lust.

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