When your husband/boyfriend/wife/girlfriend points out a flaw
or weakness in you, your first reaction/response should be to
listen and learn. Don’t be like: “What about you? Are you better
than me? Are you not worse? Look who’s talking, my friend go
and sit down, etc”.
Be humble about certain things in life. When someone tries to
correct you about your faults, it’s not an opportunity for you to
poke fun at them or remind them about their own shortcomings.
Just listen, thank them, and move on.
STOP GETTING DEFENSIVE ALL THE TIME!
Learn to choose your battle. Most people are too argumentative
and dramatic, they prefer to fight instead of letting go. The
decision is yours anyway.
You know, there are times when our loved ones say things that
are totally not true about us, sad but true. It’s alright when that
happens!! You get to pick and sort through it. Sincerely examine
yourself and see what part you need to work on. You should
view your partner’s words as sandpaper buffing you into
becoming a better person, not a bitter man/woman.
Believe me, there are times when our loved ones have the best
intentions but say it the “wrongest” ways. Put yourself in their
shoes, how would you like to be treated? When you are trying all
No one is perfect here, me self. Let’s all work on ourselves.
In conclusion: Whoever loves discipline loves knowledge, but whoever hates correction is stupid. Prov. 12:1
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