One of our favorite Mother’s Day traditions here at StrongMarriageNow is to encourage you to write that special mom in your life a note. Bill M from Boca Raton, FL followed our formula below, sent this letter to his wife and she told him, “That’s The Nicest Thing I’ve Seen in 33 Years.” Check out the video below for his own words.
Do you want to feel closer and more in love with the moms in your life?
Take A Few Moments And Write That Special Mom A Thank You Note This Mother’s Day
Step 1: List the top five things that you’re thankful for about her
Step 2: List five special things she does
Sit down and write it in this form:
This Mother’s Day, I want you to know how thankful I am for you, and all the things you do. I want to take this moment to list the things I love about you.
I am thankful for _________________, _________________, _________________, _________________, and _________________.
I appreciate you because _________________, _________________, __________________, ____________________, and __________________.
Happy Mother’s Day!
I love you,
A mother’s day gift doesn’t have to be expensive. Don’t stress out over finding the right location for dinner or picking out the perfect card – those things are secondary. Mother’s Day is about appreciating the moms who raised us, and the moms who raise our children. Whether or not you spring for flowers or earrings, take a moment to tell the special woman in your life how much you care, it might just make this her most special Mother’s Day yet!
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I think we have a good marriage, but I would like him to take more interest in my interests, and to express himself more. I think these are reasonable expectations, and he is already showing improvement. I am going to ask him what he would like from me. Thoughts?
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