Easy Ways to Boost a Loved One’s Ego

Everyone needs a confidence boost sometimes. Low confidence can result from going through hard times or just a person not knowing their actual value. In intimate relationships, you can notice it more clearly because you naturally spend a significant amount of time with your man or woman to see changes in their ego and perspective of the world and themselves. You can boost a loved one’s ego in minutes using these methods.

Complimenting them

Everyone likes a compliment about their looks or style, even if you’ve been in a relationship for years and years. A simple compliment like this can boost a person’s confidence quickly. Try to use authentic compliments if you want to see a difference. Don’t just tell your partner that they have beautiful eyes, and that’s it. Because eyes are eyes, it is natural for them to be beautiful. Instead, tell them that when they smile, it feels like their whole face is smiling, and it compels them to smile, even if it’s a bit cheesy, but it does the work. 

Praise their accomplishments

Make a big deal out of what they accomplished recently. Let them know how proud you are of them. Whether it is a promotion, a finished product, or even a simple house task that took them time to do. Emphasize that you were sure they would get the work done and that you are proud and go out to celebrate somewhere.

Ask them for advice

Asking for help from someone else is a straightforward but effective method of making that person closer to you. Think of something you are struggling with and ask your partner for advice; even if you don’t have anything in mind, ask for advice. When you show vulnerability to a person, they tend to be closer to you and often have a slight sense of importance or significance in life.

No one is perfect, and everyone goes through tough times. If you are lucky enough to have a loved one, always ensure you are reliable and support them during their hardships, especially mental ones. The sensera app connects you with a community of people that have that set of values. You can always relate to a story that a person has or ask a question, and you will find the answers.

This article is written by a therapist from the Sensera app. Sensera is the #1 mental health app for women. Deal with mental issues in 10 minutes a day. Improve your mood and relationships. Download now to get happy!

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