Improve Your Relationship Without Saying One Word
There are three ways to improve your relationship without talking about it. People seek relationship counseling because of communication issues. What I find interesting is that there are power and strength behind nonverbal communication. You may not think that your body language, appearance, and nonverbal actions have a lot to do with communication, but it does. The good news is that your nonverbal communication can help your relationship flourish with a little time and effort. We need to understand what we can do in our relationship without saying one word.
Make sure that you feel and look sharp. Create time to groom yourself. Early on in your relationship, you would take a lot of time to make sure you looked great. Your partner would notice how beautiful or handsome you looked. Here is my challenge for you: for seven days, shift the way that you are dressing. Make sure that you feel proud of the way you dress and present yourself. This can be especially difficult working from home; we are all tempted to roll out of bed and wear our pajamas for the rest of the day. However, it’s time that we take care of ourselves. When we look our best, we feel our best. Plus, your partner will take note and feel good that you are taking care of yourself.
Acts of Kindness
An act of kindness is something that can be done without saying one word. If you’re unsure where to start, I suggest that you wake up in the morning and give your partner a hug and a kiss. Or you wake up, and brew a fresh pot of coffee, and bring it to your partner in their favorite mug. Another idea is to rush home and clean up the house. When your partner arrives home to a clean house, they will feel fantastic. It’s something small that will have a massive effect on the mood in the house. That is nonverbal communication. These little acts of kindness will make your partner feel extra special and help your relationship continue to thrive.
Share A Journal
Write to your partner every day. When you journal, you can get the thoughts that are in your head out on paper. It’s great for mental health too. Journaling can help with stress, anxiety, and depression. Plus, it will mean a lot to your partner to know that you’re thinking about them. Some couples will share a journal. One partner will write in it one day; then the other partner will write in it the next day. It is excellent to know what your partner is thinking without having to say it using a journal. It’s also remarkable to know that your partner is taking time out of their day to write something nice.
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