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One Big Flaw in the First 25-Years of Our Marriage

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I always used to filter everything through how it benefited me.

Now I think about how I can act to better benefit the marriage.

It ain’t easy. But it’s good.

Just a thought for the day.


5 Comments

  1. Brent says:

    They talk a lot at meetings about how drunks are self-centered in the extreme. Then you get some recovery and make some progress on that, enough to be able to function in the world and say “OK, I got that one.” So you move on. But then you discover that you never actually graduate.

    It sounds like you’ve discovered the next layer of self-centeredness and you’ve squashed it. Congratulations! A lot of people go to sleep after their first few years of sobriety.

    I’m constantly reminded of the need to always look for ways to be less self-centered in my relationship with my partner. Just when I think I’m the most giving and caring and outward-focused person around, she will show me exactly why I’m not that. And I’m the better for listening to her and getting to work on it right away.

    • bgddyjim says:

      That’s exactly where I’m at Brent. I’m learning every day… and your comment added to that. Thanks, man. I needed to read that more than you know.

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