07 May I’M THIS, YOU’RE THAT!
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Why is it that I used to think my husband was very funny and I enjoyed that he made me laugh, but now I sometimes think he just talks too much?
now I see that he feels I always make an issue about tidying up.
- We both love to travel, though we do not get that travel time as often as we would have wanted.
- We both love to read, we like to buy and read books on many topics of most times similar interest.
- We love to have fun, love fancy restaurants and hotels.
- We are both very much in love with music.
- We both have a passion for the less fortunate; one of the things we discovered when we met was that we both want to have a home for the destitute.
- We have an unquestionable passion for God and His kingdom. And both of us desire strongly to please Him in all our ways.
- He never gets tired of talking, he is always too happy to keep quiet even when he says he is tired. I like to talk, but sometimes when I’m tired I just want to be quiet. He thinks I am not happy because I am not talking, and when I am that tired, I am not good with him in conversations, he doesn’t like that at all. I also feel he should understand me, be quiet and let us enjoy some silence. HE NEVER UNDERSTANDS IT WHEN I SAY THAT.
- He likes the music really LOUD, I like it low most of the time. This has caused some issues in the past.
- He likes to be blunt and matter-of –fact with the truth, which I must admit is very important in some occasions. But I always choose to be soft and gentle, afraid I might lose the person if I’m not. I always tell him to take it easy and he tells me I’m way too sensitive.
- I can worry a lot about tidy…tidy…tidy; he will let nothing bother him. He just wants to have fun, even when the house is IN A STATE. I am still trying to understand this; I have to do a lot of talking to myself in order to play at this time.
- He thinks I eat too little, I think his appetite is too large. And just so you know, I am not under weight and he is not over weight. Most times when we eat out he thinks I just play around with the food; he does not like this at all.
My area of weakness is supposed to be covered by my husband’s area of strength and vice-versa.
The same thing applies in all other areas of our weaknesses and strengths.
God brought you and your spouse together because He knows that together you become a complete ONE, filling in the gap for one another.
10 For if they fall, the one will lift up his fellow: but woe to him that is alone when he falleth; for he hath not another to help him up.