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National Marriage Week


20 Small, but Significant Ways to Make Your Spouse Feel Loved  

This National Marriage Week  

Guest Author, Brittney Moses 

It’s National Marriage week, and we can’t think of a better time to practice gratitude for the gift of marriage, while still reflecting on ways we can love our spouses well on a day-to-day basis.  

My husband and I always say that marriage is a mirror. Through our spouse, we see reflected back to us the rawest versions of ourselves, which makes the marriage journey not always so easy or perfect. Everything we do affects this other person who’s tethered to us in this life. In this, we’re actually challenged to be refined in our mental, physical, and spiritual wellness with our spouse, as well as focused on the love that Christ breathes.  

In 1 Corinthians 13:4-7 we’re reminded that Christlike means: 

Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonor others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs. Love does not delight in evil, but rejoices with the truth. It always protects, always trusts, always hopes, always perseveres.” 

And in the Spirit of This, Read on for 20 Ways to Make Your Spouse Feel Loved for National Marriage Week…  



20 Small Ways to Make Your Spouse Feel Loved 

In Big, Significant Ways! 

  • Ask if there is something you can help take off their shoulders today. 
  • Bring them their favorite coffee / tea in bed. 
  • Give them your undivided attention during conversations without any electronic interference.  
  • Let them know the specific ways you appreciate them lately. 
  • Surprise them with their favorite meal. 
  • Plan a date night or make a date night jar together for future date nights.  
  • Join them in an activity that they typically enjoy and learn more about their interest. 
  • Take on a household chore that they typically do. 
  • Compliment them on something positive or attractive! It can be too easy to get used to our spouse. 
  • Send them a text letting them know how much they mean to you. 

Keep reading for more creative ways to make your spouse feel loved: 


20 Small Ways to Make Your Spouse Feel Loved 


  • Give them a self-care day uninterrupted. Remember, self-care looks different for each individual.  
  • Leave love notes around the house for them to read. 
  • Run them a relaxing bath with candles and their favorite music after a long day. 
  • Ask if anything significant happened in their day that they want to talk about. 
  • Leave a love note for them to find in their car. 
  • Ask how you can pray for them, and then set aside time to pray for them and fellowship on any issues. 
  • Give them a massage. 
  • Arrange for a babysitter, so you can have some one-on-one time. 
  • Don’t complain for 24-hours straight. 
  • Watch their favorite movie or show together- or something they’ve been wanting to see. 
Sometimes we can habituate with one another, rather than connecting one-on-one; we can find ourselves on autopilot through life.  

Feel encouraged to take some time to intentionally reconnect with one another mentally, emotionally, and spiritually… and just see where these conversations lead you both! 


Marriage is a Sacred Bond Crafted by God 

Connect with Your Spouse Regularly  

Traditional, family values are important, especially in times where a culture and society does not value the family unit. Through our relationship with Christ, the Father, we know that he wants us to hold our kin and community in high esteem, to honor our mother and father, to love our brothers and sisters, and to be there for others within the Christian community.  

God teaches us, through His Word, that we are better when we stand together in community, in family, and in fellowship of His Name. 



About the Guest Author: 

Brittney Moses, 

UHSM Ambassador, Mental Health Author, Lifestyle Content Creator, & Faith Advocate 

Ambassador of UHSM, Brittney Moses is a mental health Author, Lifestyle Content Creator, and Advocate over integrating faith, culture, and wellness into one’s life. A mom and Los Angeles native, Brittney walks in-faith, using an informed approach to mental health. She is deeply seated in compassion for those she serves, from churches to youth non-profit ministries, Brittney Moses is a NAMI-certified Support Group Facilitator and Crisis Textline Counselor. Brittney Moses encourages others through a variety of mental health crises, and helps others through practical, holistic, and an evidence-based approach. Her latest publication and book, Worthy, helps others to focus on clarity and peace every day. 

You can grab your very own copy of Worthy directly on the Amazon book marketplace! 


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