Pretending that your spouse isn’t annoying is the “price of admission” to a long-term relationship
In a Q&A a couple years ago, a woman asked Dan Savage, “I can’t stay interested in a guy for longer than two months. What is wrong with me? I find a flaw and can’t get over it…”
His short answer is, “You are the problem with you.”
But then he goes on to helpfully discuss how, not only is acceptance of your significant other’s foibles important, but you actually have to treat them like those flaws don’t exist.
That’s the price you have to be willing to pay to be in a long and happy relationship…
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