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Don't Assume Your Partner Is Your Enemy

The “pathetic” anecdote is a great way to understand this second tip and how to reframe a situation.

“This tip sounds obvious but it isn’t. When my husband told me I was “pathetic”, I felt offended because my first reaction was emotional and I assumed his intention was negative. So you need to step back and think:
  • This person is someone I love and who loves me

  • Most probably, my partner does not mean to hurt me

  • I should check with my partner what he/she meant precisely

In most cases, you will realize that it was only a misunderstanding.”

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