When you married your husband, you may have considered him single because he was divorced. Who could blame you? Though it’s true that he was divorced, it is less true that he was completely single if he has a living ex-wife and/or children from a previous marriage. I’m pretty sure you know this already or you wouldn’t be reading this blog post.
If you’re worried that you’re looking at your significant other and feel a deep disdain and loathing for him, you’ve got LOTS of company! He probably did something to completely unhinge you or make you feel unforgivably disrespected. I don’t know. What I do know is that you’re not alone. It’s likely temporary. But here’s a reasonably benign, though incredibly irritating collection of what I hear about the most
There are lots of people out there who hate the word endure. They hear struggle; they hear indefinite pain. I don’t happen to hear it like that. I have been lucky enough to see the amazing outcome that people get back in their relationships and personal accomplishments when they hang in there and work through tough stuff. I’ve endured my way through a lot of hard stuff and I am SO grateful I did.
I want to teach you today about how to deliver a great apology. It’s one of those things that we all think we do pretty well, but in truth, there’s a whole lot of room for improvement. For all of us. BIG people know how to apologize well. Giants, actually.