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7 Ways To Make Your Woman Feel Loved Every Day

Ways To Make Your Woman Feel Loved Every Day

Good for you for wanting to make your woman feel loved every day. Relationships are complicated. No one wants them to fall apart. No one wants anyone to be hurt. Everyone just wants love and happiness and happily ever after.

You can do your part to make that happen. Knowing how to make your woman feel loved every day is an excellent first (or seven) step to doing so!

Here Are 7 Ways To Make Your Woman Feel Loved Every Day

1. Make time.

I know, I know. Life is busy. There is work and friends and sports and mothers and kids and pets and chores and they all take up a lot of time.

That being said, while all of those things are important, the most important thing is right in front of you – your woman. Imagine if you didn’t have her. What would you do then?

When your golf game needs some work, you practice more often. If a project at work is particularly challenging, you stay late to get it done right. So, how come so many men don’t put the time into their relationship to keep it a happy one?

Spending time with your woman doesn’t mean not paying attention to the other things in your life but it does mean making her a priority.

I have a client who plays golf every weekend, with his wife’s permission. When he reached out to me he was feeling some distance from her and he wasn’t sure why. I suggested that he not play golf one Saturday a month and make that a Saturday just for them.

What happened? His wife was thrilled to spend more time with him and she felt special because she knew that he was giving up time doing something he loved for her. Her distance immediately disappeared and they have a lot of fun on those Saturdays.

So, if you can make her your priority, you will make your woman feel loved every day.

Related: 12 Ways to Make a Woman Feel Loved

2. Don’t be scared of her emotions.

I have a client who is married with 4 sons. Their house is always chaotic and it can wear on everyone’s nerves. My client’s wife is prone to depression and often, when things, big or little, go wrong, she bursts into tears and takes to her bed.

I know, because I am a woman, that she wants to be followed to her bedroom and be comforted.

What does my client, and his boys, do? They run for the hills. They tiptoe around the house, silent so as not to disturb her. They pretend like everything is ok. They do everything that they can think of doing except for following their wife/mother upstairs to help her process her emotions.

As a result, nothing gets settled and the men are all held captive by her emotions.

I know that your woman’s tears are a scary thing – even a confounding thing – but if you try to not be scared of them and offer to help her process them, you will make her feel loved every day.

3. Do what you say you are going to do.

Are you one of those people who doesn’t always do what you say you are going to do? Your intentions are good but things get in the way of you being able to follow through.

Do you tell your girl that you will be home at 6, even if you aren’t going to be home until 8 because you don’t want to make her mad? Or that you will go pick out the windows for the house renovation, even though chances are good that you will have to work? Or do you fully intend to stop at the grocery store on the way home but you just forget?

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Mitzi Bockmann

I am a NYC based Certified Life Coach and mental health advocate. My writing has been published on The Huffington Post, Prevention, Psych Central, Pop Sugar, MSN and The Good Man Project, among others. I work with all kinds of people to help them go from depressed and overwhelmed to confident and happy in their relationships and in their world.View Author posts