I Don’t Feel Appreciated in My Relationship

by Christal Fuentes

ANONYMOUS: “Hello, I wanted to ask you about my husband. He does NOT help me with anything. I have to lock myself in my room just so he will help me with our child, or, I have to be sick. When I express myself to him, he says he worked all day! Well, does he not know all I do is clean and cook for him? He does not know how hard it is to NOT have friends, or to go out without the baby. I need help!… And I don’t know what to do!”


Regardless of if you have kids or not, one of the most COMMON complaints I hear in relationships are that BOTH people aren’t feeling appreciated in their relationships.

As much as you think this feeling is one sided, I am here to let you know that it’s not.

The truth is, if you are feeling under appreciated in your relationship, your partner is likely feeling the same way. But how do we close the gap?

In this Snapchat lesson I get into a simple way to communicate, with actually having to … well… COMMUNICATE.

Let’s be real, the last thing you want to do when you both aren’t feeling good is to have a “Come to Jesus” talk about what’s NOT working, instead, there’s something easier… PRESS PLAY and I’m curious to hear what you think, so COMMENT below.

PS: If you don’t follow me on Snapchat, make sure you do! We have a family going on there and we’d love for you join!
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Christal Fuentes

about the author

Christal Fuentes

Christal is the Founder of The Ladies Coach. She lives and breathes her belief which is that you can’t find fulfillment in life without mastering the art of relationships.

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Elise SAYS:

This makes so much sense that “communication” doesn’t always have to be talking about what we think each other needs to change or do! I ALWAYS here the “you just have to communicate”… but I love the idea of actually reconnecting and spending time together instead of confronting each other with an overload of emotions, because when I feel like “we need to talk” then there is obviously disconnection!
I am definitely guilt of the ‘tally sheet’ and I didn’t even realise; which always frustrates me, and I don’t like being in that mindset!
Thank you soooo much! I’m a 20 year old Aussie who has been with my beautiful boyfriend for 2 and a half years, and I love him so much, you are right though, it can be hard to stay connected, especially when we are not living together and we both have high demands from his work and my university and business! Your lessons make a better person and girlfriend <3 I love your snapchats, but I missed these videos so thank you for uploading this!
E xxx

    Christal Fuentes SAYS:

    Thank you so much for sharing Elise! I am so honored my snapchats could help! All my love babe XO

Erin SAYS:

I appreciate and respect you so much Christal. You have improved my life so much and I have never even had the pleasure of meeting you to thank you. Sending you love and light. Thank you for uploading this. Hope to catch you when you come to visit Australia. Much love, Erin xx

    Christal Fuentes SAYS:

    Thank you Erin! I hope to be back in Australia soon! XO

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