4 Steps To An Amazing Thanksgiving

How can you make this Thanksgiving special for you and your partner? Since it is Thanksgiving, please invest a few moments to tell them why they make you thankful!  Simply sharing your feelings is often enough to create long lasting happiness. It’s simple, too!  Just follow this exercise from the StrongMarriageNow System.  This will help remind the two of you what you love about each other.

So how do you do it?

Step 1: Find some photos with you and your partner.  Use them to remind yourself of why you are so thankful for their presence in your life.

Step 2: Make a list of three to five things you absolutely love about your partner.

Step 3: This is the most important step: tell them all about it!  Open yourself up and let them know how you feel.

Step 4: Enjoy your Thanksgiving together!

This method works for anyone important in your life, not just your spouse.  Try using this method on family members, close friends, or anyone you appreciate. If you want to feel the gratitude of Thanksgiving, and have love and closeness all year round, check out our most popular program, The StrongMarriageNow System.

Did you try this exercise? Please comment below to let us know how it worked for you.

Wishing you a lifetime of love and happiness and a VERY Happy Thanksgving!

Dr. Dana and Amy, co-Founders, StrongMarriageNow.com

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Mamta 11 years ago

Yes many people have and I will be the first to say I have also. The trust was never the same you begin to trust but on thing that doesn't seem or feel right to you will zap you back to mtssruit and all the feeligns that comes with it. This is a hard thing to do. I would suggest if your thinking of giving it another chance take it slow dont rush back to where you guts where meaning living together or anything. She has to earn your trust back. For you, if this is something your going to pursue you can not keep brinking it up or accusing her everytime you get that itch or feeling. You two have communicate clearly. And you need to know why she did it. Was she feeling ignored if so you two work on that part together. What ever it is work on it together. It not just her who has to work the both of you. I do know couple who have survived these situations and they are closer than ever however it takes a lot of honest communication to accomplish. when there are kids invovled. I really hope they dont know what is going on if they do they will loose massive respect for the one who cheated and then you have a double wammy to fix. It is up to you to believe her. I always say you can say your sorry however are you saying it with a sincere heart. I bet you can tell the difference. Also what kind of character does she have. Is the person when she regrets something she makes sure it doesnt happen again. or Is the person that she offers regret and returns back to old behaviors once she feels things have settled down. these are things you should know if your planning to marry her. Whe are you all not married after 5 1/2yrs? what was the hold up? somebody had signs of something ..