We are judged by our worst moments, not our best.

March 11, 2011

in Marriage Killer, Seeing Clearly

A bad moment © Edward Bartel | Dreamstime.com

Seth’s The worst moments are your best opportunity post is so right – and so relevant to marriages. We put more weight on the actions and words that accompany difficult times; for better or worse, these count more, and each of these can neutralise a number of good moments.

This means that changing how your bride views you requires you to change what you do, what you say, and how you react, in your worst moments.

Image Credit: © Edward Bartel | Dreamstime.com

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