The One Thing All Mothers Really Want For Mother's Day

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The best gift ever: showing her that you appreciate her this Mother's Day.

Noel Biderman, CEO of Ashley Madison, a website that helps married people to meet others for affairs, says that the day after Mother's Day sees a 400 percent increase in women signing up for the site. It's clear to see: if moms don't feel appreciated on Mother's Day, it could lead to infidelity, emotional or otherwise.

It doesn't take much to show appreciation. Get her a card. Take some time to verbally tell her how you feel. It should sound like, "One thing I appreciate about you is ... " Tell her the things you appreciate, like what she does for your family and the love that she brings to your lives. Tell her you see how she cares for your children, and for you. Let her know that what she does really matters.

 

And then, spoil the heck out of her.

Dr. Tammy Nelson is a sex and relationship expert and the author of The New Monogamy as well as Getting the Sex You Wantgreat presents for Mother's Day! She can be found at www.drtammynelson.com.

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