Look for the Good, Overlook the Bad
You married your spouse for many good reasons. Your partner has many wonderful qualities. Your first step in adding sizzle to your marriage is to look for the good and overlook the bad.
Make it a habit to ignore the little annoying things—dirty socks on the floor, a day-old coffee cup on the counter, worn out flannel pajamas, an inelegant burp at the dinner table—and choose instead to search for those things that make you smile: the way he rolls on the floor with the baby, the fact that she made your favorite cookies, the peace in knowing someone so well that you can wear your worn out flannels or burp at the table.