Today’s episode celebrates the 7 year anniversary of when my hot hubs proposed to me. So in lieu of a celebration I will roast the hell out of him lol! Get ready for a hilarious and ridiculous story that outlines how insane marriage can be sometimes lol. This is just a peek into the quirks of a long term relationship and all that can come with partnership. Enjoy the hilarity and ridiculousness that is my love life lol.
In this episode you will hear:
- How Kenny proposed and how super sweet it was
- How we have been fighting about the infamous couches for eight fucking years lol.
- How to compromise and create a win-win scenario when you and your partner are both at odds
- How to get what you want in conflict
- One of the universal truths that effects every area of your life
- How our interpretations and the meaning we give things can over-complicate your life
- How surrender is like a little magic trick
- How to navigate uncertainty and conflict “mo betta”
Coaching Questions & Thoughts:
- What’s one area of your life where you need to surrender?
- What’s one area of your life where you are in resistance?
- What’s one area of your life where you would benefit from being more compassionate?
Fun Quotes from the Show:
“Every long-term relationship has the one or two conflicts that they repeat over and over again. It’s not a big deal, just know what they are and be compassionate with your relationship.”
“I am going to drown underneath the weight of all his furniture.” hahaha
“What you resist persists.”
“This is marriage, you don’t get everything you want.”
“Once you stop resisting that shit might resolve itself.”
“You need to advocate for your needs in all areas of life even, and especially in your marriage.”
“We are celebrating the triumph of Kenny and I sticking through a nagging conflict to get to the other side.” YEAH!!!
“If you are in a conflict in any relationship in your life, there is hope.”
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