Emotional support is something that cannot be constrained in a specific format. When it comes to emotions there is nothing specific you can give. Whatever you can offer can prove to be of great help.
Read further to a few guidelines you can work with.
1. Be respectful of your partner’s feelings.
Be supportive towards the feelings of your significant other. At times, give your partner the space needed to process their feelings by themselves. But make them feel comfortable enough to know that you will be there for them in no time, whenever needed.
2. Share small gifts.
Surprises are something that keep the spark in the relationship alive. Occasional gifts are something that can make them feel important in your life.
3. Compliment your partner in front of other people.
Sharing compliments about your partner to others is as important as complimenting them personally. Doing so, you will let them know that you notice the little things that they do to keep you happy.
4. Disagree with your partner in a kind and loving way.
Both of you are never going to see eye to eye in every situation, your partner knows this too. This does not mean you will have to reject your partner’s opinion without considering them. Take your time to look at the odds of both your opinions. If you are going to reject their opinion, make sure they clearly understand why it will not work out.
5. Never ignore your loved one’s presence.
Never do anything that will make your partner feel ignored. You might be in disagreement with each other in a specific scenario but that does not have to reflect in the care you have towards your partner.
6. Listen deeply and take in what your partner is saying.
Be it something important or even something silly, seeing that your words are being taken seriously is a great gift. Repeating back something they had told you earlier will give the immense joy and the feeling of being taken seriously.
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