If you could change one bad habit your spouse has, but give up one of your own what would they be?
Smoking, shopping, throwing clothes on the floor, leaving the toilet seat up, going out with the guys, never on time, or is it something a little more complicated? What would they want you to give up and would you be willing to make the sacrifice?
Coming home at a decent time. I would be willing to give up shopping for expensive clothes & handbags, but not before Christmas.
I would love to wave a wand that would make him stop being such a narcissist. In return, I would make it a point to pick up my clutter.
I have my little piles of clutter here & there, which I always intend to get to, but never seem to... it drives him bonkers!
So yeah, I think that would be a good trade.
Honestly it is more of a verbal thing, I would want my husband to stop saying "Ummmmmmmmmmm" before every answer and just answer my question quickly. Sometimes I have even moved on to another thought by the time he answers. I would be willing to give up my complaining about a certain family member.
If I could change one thing about him, I wouldn't change a thing.
I'd change one or two things about me, though.
I wish he would stop smoking and I am quite an organised person so have nothing to trade for.
I wish she would stop playing these silly little cat and mouse games. Feel like I'm Tom and she's Jerry.
Well, I guess his bad habit would be arriving late all the time and I'm not talking about 5 or 10 minutes late, I'm say 30 minutes or 1 hour late... It seems he can't help himself... Me, well, taking in consideration my husbands complaints, I would have to say, pouting and all that comes with it... yes, I know it's terrible, but I'm a bit of a little girl, like that...
My husband is a great person, he listens very well; but I wish he would open up a bit more and share his ideas verbally. Oh well, guess there could be worse things to have to deal with,
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