Couple’s Challenges: Great qualities – Part 1

It’s the dawn of a new month and you know what that means – another Couples Challenge!  This one may be even more difficult than the May Couples Challenge.  Speaking of which, it’s never too late to do the May Couples Challenge if you’re new to the website, and the lifestyle.  It’s a must of any domestic discipline relationship.


List at least 10 positive qualities you find in your partner and elaborate on them. Write each quality down separately, then when finished discuss them together with your partner. This exercise will help you appreciate the things your partner does on a daily basis, and it will help your partner feel more appreciated. It will also show your partner that the little things don’t go unnoticed in your relationship/marriage.

We’ll give an example to get you started (from Clint).

  • My wife is extremely caring – My wife cares so much about other people and their well-being that she will make time to help those in need whenever she can. She regularly contributes to charity and regularly makes donations to Goodwill. My wife never puts herself first, and it’s a quality I’ll always admire about her.

Hopefully this exercise isn’t too difficult for you. The goal is to help you realize how much you love your partner, and how much you appreciate everything they do for you and your relationship/marriage. Ideally this exercise will bring you two closer together. Good luck!

If you missed past Couples Challenges, you can find them with these links:

May Couples Challenge: The Rules (a must for beginners)

July Couples Challenge: Great Qualities – Part II

August Couples Challenge: Confessions

September Couples Challenge: Planning Improvement

October Couples Challenge: Spontaneity

November Couples Challenge: Gratitude

January Couples Challenge: Compliments

February Couples Challenge: Addressing Faults

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