Put it into practice: Choose an activity with your partner that you’ve never done together before that you would both find engaging and fun, such as taking dancing lessons, staying the night at a new town and exploring it, or indoor skydiving.You can also try something with your partner that he or she enjoys that you’ve never done before. Sexual intimacy, shared affection, and happiness in life.
If one works on this, he/she will be able to adopt the right attitude and frame of mind.
And of course, this is a constant and life-long process....
Moreover, people with high self-esteem appear to respond more constructively and positively during conflict when they think their partner is committed to the relationship, whereas people with low self-esteem don’t do this even when they believe their partner is committed.
Put it into practice: Like most things, increasing the quality of your relationship can take time. It’s okay if right now you have a hard time believing that you’re a worthwhile person.
You don’t have to tell yourself that yet if you don’t believe it.