Hey Guys! It’s Fish. Connie saw this stat online that 9 out of 10 couples said they improved their partner. We immediately started talking about how we improved ours but were curious …

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
How have you improved your significant other?

  • I didn't improve my husband he improved himself for me. I gave him the choice of me or improving himself and he chose me. He quit drinking and quit getting into trouble.
  • How I improved my manly man the great deer hunter.......I got him to go see the greatest showman AND watch pitch perfect!! He loved them both!! #pitchperfectfan!!
  • The ways I've improved my husband: 1) He can keep a job for more than 6 months. 2) His selfish butthole-ness has improved 3) He can manage money & doesn't run from debt anymore, lol 4) He doesn't wear holey clothes anymore 5) Taught him there's more to life than playing video games 24/7
  • Your question of the day. It took me leaving my wife for her to improve herself after 10 years of being as supportive as I possibly could and finally giving up she has moved on she's got a better job she's actually got money in the bank she went got herself a gym membership. She's done everything I've begged her to do when we were together. So that's awesome for her because she seem so much happier now. And we are becoming better friends than we were when we were together
  • I couldn't improve him he still the same ho he was when I was married to him,lol
  • When we first started dating he was working barely 20 hours a week at a Papa Murphy's . Now he is working full-time at a surgical supply Company making really good money and he's going to move out in July! I also helped him get on anti-anxiety medication which has really helped out his life! So proud of him!
  • I helped my boyfriend quit smoking cigars by getting him a vape mod.
  • My fiance and I are highschool sweethearts and I improved him by getting him to quit playing his damn video games
  • He married me lol
  • He doesn't drink as much as he used to and he's not as angry! Go me!
  • I've been teaching him to cook things that don't make him physically ill when eating them
  • Steve is my ex bf and I'm not sure what he took from our relationship, but I was pretty uptight and he taught me to live in the moment, enjoy life and not give a frog what others think of me.
  • How did I improve my spouse??? I married her. Ask Fish!! Signed... his landscaper!
  • I've helped him and encouraged him to be a better advocate for himself: his time, his commitments, and his health. Sometimes when you're a people pleaser, you put others before yourself and I've helped him better identify what's the line to determine what's best for him while still showing people he cares
  • He makes me dinner he brings me coffee every morning. You can't get any better than this ❤😍
  • When I met my girl she drank, n always had a houseful of partying people. Many losers there using her, eating her food, etc. She n I have been happy ever since I cleaned them from her life. Dennys.
  • How did I change him for the better? I married him. Great for him big mistake for me. Anony🐁
  • Got him to stop allowing his Mother take his paycheck-pay his bills (which was more weekly than he brought home), and her giving him an allowance budget of his check for gas, food, cigarettes, and when he ran short he would ask for another $50 to get by. 2) Start paying cash instead of using debit cards/credit cards and being charged lots of fees. 3) We attended Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University...works awesome, really helped us come together financially.
  • I taught my husband not to drive in the left lane of the highway if he was only going the speed limit and not passing. You're welcome.
  • My boyfriend has smoked cigarettes for 10 years. But when he started dating me he cut back tremendously and is still working to quit completely because he knows i don't like it!
  • I encourage him to continue to seek out activities such as being a part of a committee for the Boy Scouts of America. I encourage him to grow.
  • Funny you should ask. Seven years into my marriage, my husband looked at me and said "you are the only person I've worked with, that I have not been able to turn into a better person." #whiskeytangofoxtrot #whydidyoumarryme
  • I made his skinny ass gain 20 pounds! LOL
  • Made her a better lover in the bedroom also Better cook
  • Click of six in Ada says: The bigger question is how have I not improved him?
  • When I am around, he'll wash his hands after going to the bathroom.
  • My guy used to wear tight 80s style jeans, and then I started buying him loose-fitting jeans and cargo pants and he hasn't gone back. Thank God...
  • After almost 11 years of marriage I've improved my husband and how he dresses!!! When we first got together he was still wearing clothing from when he was 18 18! Years old! On the other hand he is improved me in my strengths as a person! He's brought out in me so much strength over these last 11 years and I'm very grateful for that :-)
  • I improved my fiance by helping her to have more of a backbone, encouraging her to stand up for herself and not be a doormat to her family.
  • Text Q of the day - I have made my husband better by praying for him and letting him increase his Charcoal Weber Grill collection to 7. What can I say I like my meat and he would agree! :-)
  • I've helped my boyfriend continue his college education. He was wanting to drop out when we met and now he's about to graduate in a year.
  • My wife is pretty feisty so I've kept her from King cars and shouting at people in the grocery store and because I'm so passive she's helped me gain a backbone throughout life. I'm now not afraid of Confrontation. And I keep her from confronting all the time.
  • He started brushing his teeth twice a day. I also made him start going to the dentist regularly. I helped him get his license back and made him file his taxes that were two years delinquent.
  • My husband now attends church with me on a regular basis. Now I wish he would go to the gym with me. He's got a huge beer belly.
  • We both actually improved each other. My boyfriend used to be a little short tempered and used to fight, and I am the opposite. I taught him to be more compassionate and he taught me how to be stronger!
  • Since my husband and i have been together, i've helped him with figuring out his finances. He has paid off his truck which he was behind on, he has moved out of his parents house and we bought a house together, and he's a better father to our kids
  • How to be a good dad by loving his son unconditionally ❤
    My significant other has helped me improve by teaching me it's okay to give him space. To basically be less clingy lol
  • Supported his dream of owning his own business. I believed in him until he could believe in himself.
  • Angela from Jenison! I do not think I have improved my husband, you can't push someone to improve, they have to want to! Our kids are the ones that have improved us! My husband quit smoking in June because of our kids so I think that is the biggest improvement he has made! But definitely not because o f me but because of our kids!
  • I convinced my husband to register to vote, and also to be an organ donor!
  • Liz of six in Ada says: The bigger question is how have I not improved him?
  • Text Q of the day - I have made my husband better by praying for him and letting him increase his Charcoal Weber Grill collection to 7. What can I say I like my meat and he would agree! :-)
  • My wife is pretty feisty so I've kept her from King cars and shouting at people in the grocery store and because I'm so passive she's helped me gain a backbone throughout life. I'm now not afraid of Confrontation. And I keep her from confronting all the time. Oops... Keying
  • We both actually improved each other. My boyfriend used to be a little short tempered and used to fight, and I am the opposite. I taught him to be more compassionate and he taught me how to be stronger!
  • I improved myself by leaving my significant other!
  • Since my husband and i have been together, i've helped him with figuring out his finances. He has paid off his truck which he was behind on, he has moved out of his parents house and we bought a house together, and hes a better father to our kids.
  • My husband almost lost me due to drinking. He's been sober for 2 years!!! He's also a bit closed minded. I think I've opened his eyes and he's become a bit more compassionate to other people's circumstances. ❤️
  • When we first got together he was going through alcohol recovery. I brought him to his AA meetings, classes, random drug testing, etc. now he's been sober for 5 years. And we've been together for 4.
  • I do not think I have improved my husband, you can't push someone to improve, they have to want to!
  • Our kids are the ones that have improved us! My husband quit smoking in June because of our kids so I think that is the biggest improvement he has made! But definitely not because of me but because of our kids!
  • I definitely have not changed my spouse much, but my spouse has changed me to being a more relaxed person. I've always been up tight about schedule and house cleaning and very meticulous about things my kids do and he has taught me the motto it is what it is. So if I don't get things done or the schedule gets thrown off I shrug my shoulders and say it is what it is.