3 Ways You Can Put Your Partner First

3 Ways You Can Put Your Partner First

Movies, music, and media all sensationalize love as the most blissful, magical, and wonderful thing you will ever discover in this world. While that might have some truth to it, love isn’t always rainbows and butterflies. There will be times that you will find yourself wondering what exactly made you want to become part of a relationship in the first place.

Although it might be tough to love someone especially when you learn about all their personality quirks and flaws, it’s important to always put your partner first. Love is about being able to stay loyal and faithful to someone despite having qualities you might not like. Besides, you probably have a few quirks they don’t like either! When partners put each other before themselves, no one really comes in second and this paves the way for the perfect partnership built to last through any challenge or hurdle.

How You Can Put Your Partner First

1. Keep in Touch Throughout the Day

One of the things that make it easy for coupes to forget to put each other first is the lack of communication. After you leave the house in the morning, when is the next time you get to talk to your partner? A lot of people would say that the next chance they get is when they finally meet at home again when the day ends. Keeping in touch throughout the day will allow you to maintain your partner in your consciousness, allowing you to be more alert of the things you do. This will keep you from acting in ways that could upset your partner and make them feel like they’re not a priority to you.

2. Have Frequent Dates

When people start to settle into their relationship and begin to feel comfortable, they’re less likely to want to go out on dates and try new things together. This is mostly because they’ve fallen into a routine and no longer feel the need to get to know their partner more. If you want to put your partner first, give yourself the chance to spend quality time with them. Not only will this make them happy, but it will also allow you to learn more about them no matter how long it has been since your first date.

3. Consider What They Want

Putting your partner first doesn’t end with the things you do together. Everything you do even when your partner isn’t around will say a lot about how you feel about them. If it’s not something you would do in the presence of your partner, don’t do it when they’re away. This means you respect their feelings and you care about the promises you made to them enough that you wouldn’t dare to breach them, even if your partner has no chance of finding out.


Born and raised in Ottawa, Ann is a writer and amateur wine expert. She loves trying out the latest pubs and restaurants around town, unless "The Bachelor" is on. Don't bug her when "The Bachelor" is on.

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