Knowing Your Spouse

I had the best conversation last night with my wife. During the conversation, I realized she knows a lot about me (I’m the women in our relationship) because I tell her almost everything about me. I tell her my dreams and goals, my wishes and what brings me down. I tell her my pains and what gets me excited. Who I like to work with and the type of people I would want to stay away from. I mean I tell her 99% of everything.

But her of the other hand, well she’s the man in our relationship. She doesn’t tell me anything about her. I mean nothing at all. Her response, “my actions speak louder than any words could speak”.

Well, that’s simply not true. In fact, it’s a good way to push someone away. So as I decided that a fun way to help her and many others who have a hard time communicating with their spouse to see the importance of sharing their thoughts and feelings.

If your spouse doesn’t know you, who does?

So I called a few couples over and we played the “Not So Newlywed Game”. We had a great time and I thought it was worth sharing it with you all.

“The NOT So Newlywed Game”

Of course, you can as I did and modify the questions.

 

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About Mastering You

"Mastering You" is about helping African American's to see their value in this world. I post only positive stories and information about what African American's have contributed to society in the past and currently. I don't post anything about Sports, Entertainment, Religion, or Politics. I also don't post anything that has a negative spin. While I am aware that there are negative things happening all over the world and that most people focus on the above four topics when it comes to African American's that is not my goal. If all you heard was negativity about any race that's all you will come to expect from them and everything else will be out of the norm. My goal is to show everyone that the negativity is often out of the norm, or at best they are equal to the positive. Just like every other race.
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