Comparers should be exiled from the world of love and honesty. I cannot understand how so many couples start a conversation with: “Can you see Mary saying this to her husband?” or “Eddie wouldn’t dare treat his wife this way; he spoils her rotten.” Can we please put an end to this game once and for all? What Mary and Eddie do with their respective partners is their own business. If it works for them, great; it does not mean it will work for you. Besides, no one knows what really goes on behind closed doors. Therefore, the only comparison you should concern yourselves with is how you feel now about each other compared with how you felt before. Have you met, exceeded, or fell short of your original expectations?
The Comparison Game: Why Doesn’t My Husband Treat Me Like Hers?
My journey started from a long and life changing personal experience that opened my eyes to the real meaning of love and who it should free us to be. After years of research that included many collaborations, giving seminars and workshops, and writing a book, I decided to open Compass4Couples and I wanted it to be a gym, not a hospital. Our visitors are healthy, curious and full of hope.