Worth and Value

March 24, 2011

in the generous life

(Looking at how I come up with tips…) Sometimes I get my ideas from the mistakes that people make (sometimes I am that “people”).

One time I was checking out in a grocery store and I heard a lady (at the next register) reading her husband the riot act.  I was embarrassed to overhear her.  Her husband looked totally humiliated.  Boy, howdy, I do not ever want to be guilty of that.  This tip idea could go a number of ways. “Talk about problems privately” or “speak politely” would be at the top of my list, but you could also take away this concept ~

Think of your husband as an adult, one that you value.  He has feelings like you do.  He has life experience, intellect, and experience.  He should never be treated like a child (even if you think he is acting like one).  You don’t have to agree with him over everything.  Just value him, listen to him and take him into consideration when there are choices to be made.  And, please, never disgrace him publicly.

The way you see people is the way you treat them, and the way you treat them is what they become.  Johann von Goethe

Be generous!  Lori <><

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