I so dreaded asking abt the three questions. I didn't want to ask things that may seem as if they were relationship talk coz my husband seems to freeze were that is concerned. Or we end up fighting abt it. Anyway today we went out to have dinner with our son. It was fun, we tlked pleasantly but nothing serious. It's kinda safer in that territory. Thought of actually postponing my dare but I ended up asking him anyway when we got at home.
His answer 'I dont want to talk about that' I said fine nut then thought to myself well he usually complains stuff to me whe we are fighting but now I am asking in a calm way he clams up. So I asked him why it was easier to tell me those things when we are fighting but not when I am asking him calmly. H ethen said the past 7 yers since we have been together we should have ironed those things out. Well I realised were the issue was going was gonna end up in a fight so I told him I was going to bed and promptly retired to the bedroom.
I responded to this post yesterday... I have no idea why it is not here now....
The success of the dares is doing them, not the response you get. When you can overcome your own control on how to do things, trust Christ and do them no matter what you think or expect, that is humbling yourself.
You are allowing Christ to mold you. Which is the whole point of this journey. Remember this is a journey between you and Christ, your spouse is just a tool.