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How Can Consideration Strengthen the Relationship?

In any relationship, be it personal or professional; consideration is key. When we take the time to think about the other person and their needs, it can only strengthen the relationship between us.

Whether it’s a small gesture like picking up their favourite coffee on the way to work or something bigger like taking care of them when they’re sick, these thoughtful acts let the other person know that we care about them.

A consideration, or an act of kindness, can come in the form of being generous with your money, going out with someone to have a meal, a drink, or something to do, being romantic or making out in public, and more.

when it comes to strengthening the relationship, then it is much easier to consider what the other person wants than it is to give something without asking first. Consideration will only strengthen the relationship if you do the same to your partner and do it when the situation calls for it.

People always come to me and ask how they can make and strengthen a relationship better. I have a simple formula that works like magic.

All you have to do is just put it into practice, and you will see what I mean. I call it the three c’s. Let me tell you about them.

The first c is cooperation and I talked about it in previous writing. The second is consideration, which is what we will talk about today. Finally, there is comfort which I will discuss in a future blog post or article.

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What does it really mean to be considerate?

In a nutshell, being considerate is just showing regard for another person’s feelings or circumstances. The easier way to think of it is to look at it like this. When you are being considerate, you are considering that you are not walking in their shoes, so you have no idea what it is really like. You are looking at all the obstacles in their way and taking time to think about how this might affect them.

Considerate people do not snap back when their partner is a little short with them. They take into consideration that the partner has had a hard day and that they probably aren’t meaning to be short. Considerate people listen more than others because they know that the other person has their own unique set of problems and the only way to understand them is to ask and listen. Considerate people complain less and help out more.

I heard a doctor on the radio today say “it is a scientific fact that husbands that do more housework get more sex than other husbands.” I posted this up on Facebook, and the resounding response (primarily from women) was “DUH!” If you are considerate with your partner, you will find that the rewards are exponential. Being considerate, like the other two c’s, is not hard. It is just something you have to keep on your mind and focus on.

Being considerate is the best way to grow your relationship into the healthy partnership that you desire, well, it’s the best way if you include the other two c’s with it. Read more and find out about how comfort is the final c that brings it all together! With the three c’s, you will find your relationship growing and more healthy than you might have otherwise believed.


People who are considerate about their partners and other people find it easier to connect with them and get to know them on a deeper level. In most cases, this helps the relationship last longer and have better outcomes.

A great way to strengthen your relationship is to demonstrate you are thinking of your significant other. Whether you are taking the time to get a gift, or doing a nice dinner at home, show that you care. By taking some time to think about what would be appreciated, you’ll show that you truly care.

Show that you’re thoughtful. Show that you have a good heart by making thoughtful gestures. Whether it’s putting together a book of poetry for the one you love or doing your grocery shopping or other day-to-day tasks together, show that you’re thoughtful by thinking ahead and doing it for them.

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