Sometimes a few words are enough to ease tensions. According to a recent study by the University of Waterloo, in Canada, a simple question would allow couples who are struggling to get off to a good start.<>
The lack of confidence can be devastating in a couple. The feeling of not being “good enough” for their partner often pushes the person lacks confidence to close in on itself and cut all dialogue, including with the elected ·<><> e of his heart. This can quickly create many temptations within the couple.
This can be particularly complicated to live in everyday life, both for the person who lacks confidence and his or her partner, often helpless in the face of the situation. The solution often considered? Knock out his tender half of compliments , just to restore his confidence. And if it seems rather logical, it would not be the most effective solution to fix things. According to a study by the University of Waterloo , relayed by Stylist UK , it is in fact a – very – simple question that would make it possible to start again. Which ? “How was your day ?”. Simply.
Curiosity, the ideal factor to boost your couple<>
According to the survey, conducted on 359 adults aged 18 to 66, this simple question would allow the person who suffers from a lack of self-confidence to feel heard and thus valued. By asking this question, you show your partner that you are there for the person, both to listen to them and also to support them when needed.<>
One way – according to the survey – much more effective than compliments for <>boosting self-confidence<> . Because according to the study, what would fly the most in a relationship, it is not the praise – as beautiful as it is – but the curiosity that we show towards the other.<>
This does not of course mean that you have to stop paying compliments – after all, that is always a pleasure – but that the solution to help your partner feel more confident would ultimately be more dialogue, exchange and curiosity of the other.<>
A simple question like “how was your day” but also “did your work go well today?” or “how was your visit to your <>sister<> ?” would thus release tensions. A simple conclusion, we grant you, but which we do not necessarily think of in this type of situation. You are now aware.<>