One Word that might help your marriage.
Do you often bicker about silly things?
Do you do things one way and your husband does them another? My husband is always saying that his way is better. Sometimes it’s better and sometimes it’s not. Like when the lights are green the way he wants to go home but another day the lights happen to turn red on him. Or he’s not doing to dishes your way and you’re/I’m have to leave the room before you bite your tongue off! Or he “entertains” the kids differently than you do.
Here’s a suggestion. Use this one little word, it’s only five letters long. But it may help stop some arguments or prevent them: MIGHT.
“Honey, it MIGHT help if you use the rough side of the sponge to get that off.”
“Honey, it MIGHT be nice to go out on a date this weekend. I’d love to see that new Spiderman movie with you.”
Wow, that looks great. But it MIGHT look even better if …”
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It MIGHT be that if you and your husband come together in agreement more often rather than being constantly at war, the car rides and dish washing and kid raising won’t be so hard. It’s the more peaceful day to day struggles that make a marriage and family work.
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