Generally speaking, we like what we do well.
I enjoy crocheting (I’m good at it). I don’t enjoy knitting (we’re talking … really bad).
I know that if I took the time to practice I would get better at knitting and enjoy it, but I tend to fall back onto crocheting (because I do it well and, let’s be real, the effort it would take to learn to knit well is a bit daunting).
What does this have to do with marriage (you might ask)?
When you look at your marriage, what do you feel “good” and “bad” about ? Would getting “better” at what you feel “bad” about make it easier and nicer for you? For your husband? What would it take to get “better”? What would you have to learn? What would you have to practice? What kind of motivation do you need?
I would encourage y’all to talk to your husband about these questions. How do you practically work on something that is difficult in your marriage and turn it into a success, something that you can enjoy?
The best way out of a difficulty is through it. Will Rogers
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