October 25, 2018
What have I learned in the 2 years of marriage? I’ve learned humility, humility and lots of humility. Of course I’ve learned a plethora of other wonderful things, but this one thing stands out.
Most people would see that as a negative thing, but I don’t. I see it as growth… very painful growth. I used to be so hard on myself after we’d have arguments, feeling like I should have reacted better… or whatever. I still have those moments where I ask myself if I could have done things better. And to that question, the answer is usually YES. Marriage has taught me how to listen better. It’s taught me how to be wrong sometimes and to not always feel like I have to prove myself. My husband loves me for me. While there are oodles of areas of needed growth in my life, he loves me for me. I don’t need to prove myself to him. I just need to work on being the best me. That’s how teamwork, works. In my humble opinion. It’s not pointing fingers at the other person, saying what they need to work on. It’s sometimes saying, “hey, I’m wrong here… and it’s ok.” Humility isn’t a weakness, it’s a strength.” – Natalie Carlson
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