I'm not that good yet
Oct 13, 2020 6:01 pm
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One day while doing marriage coaching, a wife said, "I'm not that good yet."
She was speaking about doing the things her husband requested of her.
I love her response.
Saying, "I'm not that good yet" isn't a cop-out, unless you have no intention of trying to become a better spouse.
Rather, it shows that you're trying, but haven't arrived. It shows that you have a goal, but haven't achieved it. It shows that you're sensitive to who your mate needs you to be, and you're working to honor that request.
When it comes to becoming a better spouse, you've got a couple of things you can say:
"I'm not that good yet" or "I'm not trying to get that good."
Which will you choose?
ps - my family and I are moving over the next few days. I'm going to have some guest writers, and I look forward to hearing your feedback on what they share.