Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Partners in marriage

I've been a bad blogger lately. There are just so many things happening lately that I could simply not keep up. Between an increased practice workload and increasingly hard-to-keep-up-with kids, there are just so many things I want to do but can't. I'm glad that my husband is a great partner, as we basically are a tag team in trying to keep up with our family's needs. And, of course, being different in some aspects help. For example, my husband is the handyman. Ask my about casters and I'll draw a blank stare. Ask my husband and you'll get a more decent answer. But ask me about what diapers are in supply and I can give you a straight answer...he can't. I guess one of the secrets of having a marriage that works is to have a healthy partnership. It can't work if only one person is the one doing everything and the other does nothing. I am not dictating what you should do with your marriage. The idea is that each partner has his/her own strengths and weaknesses and each should try to work together in maximizing strengths and minimizing the shortcomings in order to have a successful family life.

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