LOVE, AMERICAN STYLE: MARRIAGE AND THE FREEDOM OF SPEECHJuly 3, 2020
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Can you laugh at yourself? I mean really laugh at yourself when you make a mistake or do or say something silly? What about when your spouse or friends tease you in a good-natured way? Are you able to laugh then?
Most of us are spending more time than ever with our kids and spouses and tensions are rising. As therapists and coaches, we are seeing your struggles. We are also dealing with the same stressors in our own homes. The people we live with are getting on our nerves and we don’t always handle it the way we should. Many of us are apologizing almost daily for the things we’ve said or the ways in which we’ve said them.
A perfect marriage is simply two people who are willing to be transparent, vulnerable and work it out. They remember their commitment and, at times, trade immediate happiness for a lifetime partner who they can trust to be there and with whom they can raise a family – through the easy seasons, where less effort is required, and the seasons that are quite frankly, hard as hell.