6 ways on how to make your wife always happy
It is desire of every man to make his wife happy. But at times, it seems very difficult trying to get to do the right thing, or how to go about it. From toralife.com, we decided to bring out this few tips that can help out.
Give a small gift?- My wife loves flowers. Buying her flowers (as long as they are not fake) is a true proof way of cheering her up. Other gifts like her favorite chocolate or a dessert also work.
Give a massage?- My wife enjoys foot massages, especially after a day when she’s been on her feet for a long time. She’s very happy whenever I give her a foot (or back) massage.
Plan a special date night?- If I really want to cheer up my wife, I’ll plan a special date for her and I. It could be taking her to a new restaurant, or buying tickets to watch some local theatre, or going to visit someplace she’s never been. Sometimes I tell her to block off some time in the week without telling her why – this gives her a surprise to look forward to later in the week.
Cook dinner – My wife usually does the cooking , so sometimes I’ll give her a break and cook. Or when I’m not confident I can cook something decent (cooking a crappy dinner usually makes things worse), I’ll order take-out. Giving her a rest from cooking always cheers her up.
Do house chores?- Take the initiative to do the dishes, the laundry, take out the garbage, or clean the bathroom. Give her a break. It’s even better if you do the chores that your wife usually does (and not just the ones you’re supposed to do).
Go on a shopping trip?- Whenever I suggest taking my wife to go shopping, she perks up. It could be a short trip to the mall to buy some new clothes, or it could be a mini road trip to the nearest outlet mall.
Tell a funny story?- My wife appreciates a good laugh. I like telling her something funny that happened during my day, or sometimes, I’ll just retell a funny story from our past.
Sing and dance?- I’m a decent singer but not a very good dancer. Whenever I attempt to dance for my wife she finds it amusing. It’s not my skills that cheer her up, but my effort (and lack of skill).