When Your Partner Succeeds, Celebrate!

When one partner succeeds at something important to them, a happy couple will make time to celebrate that success.

Say your partner comes home for dinner and announces that they got the promotion at work they’ve been working toward. You know what a big deal that is, so you won’t say, “That’s nice,” and go back to looking at your phone.

“That’s nice” isn’t unkind or hurtful, but it’s not what your partner needs at that moment.

They need to know that their big victories are your big victories, that their happiness is your happiness. That you believe in them and support them.

Instead of waiting for a challenging time to prove you can be supportive, learn to be the top cheerleader for your spouse. It’s a wonderful way to show that you care.


Reprinted from The Gottman Institute



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