Be grateful for what you have, and the universe will give you more opportunities and situations to be grateful for. Most feel gratitude, but seldom relay these feelings to their partners, assuming that he or she just knows. Individuals who feel appreciated by their partners often hold less resentment over any imbalance in labour and feel more satisfaction in their relationships.
A study also suggested that spouses who use couple focused words such as ‘we,’ ‘our’ and ‘us’ when talking about a conflict show more affection, fewer negative behaviours such as anger, and lower physiological stress levels during disagreements. Using words that expressed separateness, such as ‘I’, ‘you’, and ‘me’, during the discussion was associated with dissatisfaction.