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ACCEPT

April 1, 2014
You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe,
deserve your love and affection.
~ Gautama Buddha

Accept yourself and your partner. Loving ourselves allows us to see others with an open mind. Accept your differences and know that’s what makes a relationship interesting.

What difference in your partner is hardest to accept?

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16 Comments
  1. carol jones permalink

    His need to wash out the sink and dry it…yes dry it…but really what a ridiculous thing to be bothered by….great blog beth….I joined….

  2. My hubby has to file everything. Out of sight out of mind for me.

    Hugs and chocolate!

  3. Hi there, this could be an interesting month, love to find out what you have for each letter! My OH is a worrywort, me I’m a fatalist.
    Jude a fellow A-Zer xx

  4. In general I’m tolerant, and enjoy differences. The difference hardest to accept is that my spouse thinks blogging is a waste of time … >:)

  5. My husband and I are different in many ways but we’re exactly alike in matters that count. I guess that’s the main thing, right?

  6. I love the quote Beth – truth!
    I’m unsure which quality is the hardest to accept – but men do NOT know how to load the dishwasher. True of husband and sons ..

  7. Love the theme and today’s post. Wonderful quote, I have collected it 🙂
    My SO has routines that have to be done, it’s annoying but the dishes get done, I can’t complain 😀

  8. He is such a people person and I am more reclusive. He is out there and I am behind the scenes all the way. He’s an optimist and I’m a realist. These things sometimes cause conflicts, but they are also the things that make us a great working team.

    • It’s true, when we have some differences, we as a unit become richer. Thanks for stopping by.

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