4 Foolproof Ways To Show Your Commitment To Your Spouse

As much as we hate to admit it, relationships aren’t always easy.

Whether you’ve been in one for 5 months or 50 years, chances are, you and your significant other haven’t always seen eye-to-eye on every little thing. But fear not, we’re here to help.


We’ve created a list of 4 Foolproof Ways To Show Your Commitment

Figure Out Which Love Language You And Your Significant Other Speak

According to Dr. Gary Chapman, there are 5 languages of love: Words of Affirmation, Quality Time, Receiving Gifts, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch. Chapman’s theory is that unhappiness within a marriage typically comes from the fact that the two people in the relationship speak a different language of love. Pick up a copy of his book The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts and figure out which language you and your partner speak. Then, work to find ways to show your commitment that your spouse will respond to best.

Renew Your Vows

When you’ve been married for years or even decades, you can become overly comfortable in a relationship and take it, or your partner, for granted.  You can even start to lose sight of your commitment to each other. Renewing your vows is a meaningful and celebratory way to show that no matter how long it’s been since you first said, “I do,” you love and care for your spouse just as much, if not more, than when you got married the first time around.

Check In with Your Spouse

Take time each week or each day to check in with your partner and see what’s going on in their life, how they’re feeling, and what they’re thinking. Then, ask what you can do to help. Just showing interest and reassuring your husband or wife that you are there for them and you care can go a long way.

Wear Your SafeRingz

Whether you’re hard at work, getting fit at the gym, or off serving our country, our silicone wedding bands make it easy, safe, and comfortable to show your commitment no matter where you are or what you’re doing. When you wear your SafeRingz, you’re showing the world, and your spouse, that you’re in this for the long haul.