Ten Things That May Surprise You About Surprising Your Spouse

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How to Surprise Your Spouse

Choose an ordinary day to surprise your spouse. Always choosing special days like anniversaries, birthdays, Christmas, Valentine's Day, etc. lessens the sense of surprise.

Make sure the surprise is about your spouse and not about you. Don't pick a weekend away at a location that you love but your spouse could care less about. Even if you don't enjoy something like opera or basketball, or going to a museum, or a day of shopping or fishing or working in the garden, if that is what your spouse likes to do, the surprise will be your willingness to share such an activity with your mate. Be willing to go outside your own comfort zone.

Don't manipulate your spouse. Make sure a surprise gift is something your spouse wants and not something you want. Don't give a cookbook if you want your mate to cook more. Don't give a lawnmower to your husband if you want the lawn mowed more often. Don't give sexy lingerie to your wife if you want more sex.

Listen to your spouse. If you want your spouse to be pleasantly surprised, notice the type of things liked or enjoyed by your spouse. Be aware of what he/she stops to look at in stores or mentions in conversations.

Don't spend money you don't have on the surprise. Going in debt is not a pleasant surprise.


30 Ways to Start a Conversation with your Spouse

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A list to keep you talking with your spouse for a whole month.

by Tracey Eyster

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Yesterday a friend told me she sometimes has trouble talking with her husband.  And I thought, Wouldn’t it be nice if someone made a list of conversation starters that could be used by a husband and wife for a whole month?

Which then got me to thinking, Well, I am a writer.

I hope these conversation starters bless you!