Read this before going on. Yes … all of it!!!
“Houston, we have a problem” …. “Danger Will Robinson, Danger” …
Ask your spouse to tell you three
things that cause him or her to be
uncomfortable or irritated with you.
You must do so without attacking them
or justifying your behavior. This is
from their perspective only.
The words from the mouth of a wise man are gracious. (Ecclesiastes 10:12)
Can these challenges get any harder? Yeah, forget I said that!
Now if hubby was asking me … there wouldn’t be enough paper to list them. Maybe that’s why they limited it to three things. Would he take it well? About as well as when I blurted out that he was such a grump!
How would I take his three things? Dagger through the heart! LOL … am I going to do this? Possibly … I will have to see what his mood is when he gets up.
But seriously, what do you think of rude people? What gets your back up when dealing with rudeness?
What would your reaction be to someone’s three items that irritates or embarasses them about you?
I agree with what day four had to say. Once you start a new relationship it’s all new. It’s all fresh and it can be false. All of us on our best behavior.
It reminds me of the movie, “How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.” Yes, it’s a chick flick, but there’s more truth in there than we really want to acknowledge.
Have you had a fairytale relationship turn into the Bride of Chucky or Chucky himself? Yeah, okay, not that dramatic or twisted, but thinking a person was everything you wanted, only to find out they weren’t even close? If so, I want to hear about it !!