I’m “running” in the CMBA half marathon (blogging daily from Oct 1st to 13th) by writing “13 Things I’ve Learned About Marriage.”
13 Things I’ve Learned About Marriage
#5 – You and your husband are different.
I am a master at stating the obvious here, but if you can get that into your head and be willing to appreciate and allow for differences, life will be easier and often great fun!
It’s really miserable trying to make your spouse think like you think, do like you do, etc. Just be yourself and make room for the lovely individual that spouse is (and that you fell in love with).
Don’t feel like you have to apologize to each other for being different. You are different genders and personality types. You have different life experience and abilities. Love the differences.
Don’t dare to be different, dare to be yourself – if that doesn’t make you different then something is wrong. Laura Baker
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