We often tell ourselves that our marriage/relationship is the most important thing to us. But in midst of an argument, we can forget that our marriage/relationship needs to be taken care of too. Proving our point, being right or not wanting to admit we are wrong can become our primary goal, not the health or happiness of our relationship. For more on this, check out the video..........Crystal
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That's very true!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your comment Kitty :-)!ReplyDelete
Great job! You're doing great and I like that the clips are short. I need this reminder but its hard to remember when the tempers flare up. Thank you! :O)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the comment Desrella. How true your words are! It takes a lot of work and practice. It is noooo easy task, for sure!ReplyDelete
I just saw Carrie Fisher's show last night, Wishful Drinking, and she talked about her relationship with Paul Simon, saying that they were both very busy taking care of themselves and taking care of each other, but nobody was taking care of the relationship.ReplyDelete
HIIIIIII Kate! Thanks for the comment. I hope all is well. Happy new year!ReplyDelete
Hi Crystal...love your video blog...its fantastic!ReplyDelete
Hi Becky! Thanks for the compliment :-)!ReplyDelete
I have tto remember this with my family. Arguments are so easy to get into, and I can become very defensive. It's sooo difficult, but remember the desired end, and planning the means around that does help! I'll have to try this.ReplyDelete
Happy New Years! Best wishes on all!
Thanks Crystal, I really needed this one!! I love, love, love the video blogs. What an awesome way to allow others to get a glimpse of your beautiful spirit and wonderful coaching.ReplyDelete
Wishing you the best!
Hey O.F.J.C. You are always so diligently working to be your best self. You are such an inspiration. I just had to say that! :-)ReplyDelete
You're right about it being tough. The great thing is just like most things, the more we practice the easier it gets.
Hi Kim!!!! How is it in Mommyland?ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your compliment! Your warm words and encouragement, they touch my heart. Thank you, again. MWUAH!
Mommyland is awesome...hard work but so much more rewarding than that other job!ReplyDelete
I wish I was there to attend your event next weekend. I know it'll be a success!
Wish you well!
Thank you Kim! Continue to enjoy the beautiful blessing named Dylan :-)! Much Love to you and you family.......CrystalReplyDelete