Top 5 Ways to Be The Best Valentine Husband Ever
Don't have much money to spend on your significant other for Valentine's Day? No worries. Here are five steps to being a better husband, which is bound to be a fabulous gift to her.
According to Cosmopolitan, here are sure ways to be the best hubby ever.
- Take an interest in something your wife is really passionate about. This can be especially tough for guys because women sometimes feel that if someone else has interests that differ from ours, they're morons. It's not an easy task, and being able to show interest in something that matters to someone you love shows growth -- and that can be terrifying. Good, but terrifying. Accomplish this and you'll make her feel better about herself, and you get better insight into what makes her tick.
- Put the kids to bed. Once a week give her the night off and put the kids to bed by yourself. Let her take a hot bath, read a book, or check gossip on the Internet and forget about the kids. It ranks somewhere between low-end jewelry and a Hawaiian vacation.
- Learn to apologize. This is the easiest one, and the hardest one. A marriage is a marathon, and we all fly off the handle too quick or let our temper get the best of us sometimes. When you're wrong, it's best to step up and apologize. It's amazing how fast "I'm sorry" can defuse a stupid argument about something you can't even remember.
- Thank her for putting up with you. Every once in a while, just thank her for putting up with you. That's all you have to say. Don't launch into a list of your faults or the story about coming home two days late from that Vegas bachelor party. Just thank her and let her know that you understand that you're not the easiest person in the world to live with.
- Clean up after yourself. Take care of that late night snack or morning cereal bowl. Setting them in the sink is one thing, but go that extra mile and actually put them in the dishwasher. After all, no one enjoys scraping bacon dip off a bowl that's been sitting too long or smelling the chili from the night before. A beer bottle on the counter the next morning is even worse.