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Tit for Tat – if you do this, then I’ll do that

This bug is for you beautiful

I believe most people approach a relationship with this thought in mind: If you do this for me, then I will do that for you. Or better yet, if I do this for you then I expect to get this for myself. 

This is the typical thought in most relationships. In general, self fulfillment is the most common motivation behind the action. To many times couples go into relationships looking for what they can get out of it, and not what they bring to it. This is not the case with the pictured love birds. They are sharing a bug just because that’s how they do it.

When we respond to our wives need our motivation is the need, and not what we can get from the action. At least this is how it’s suppose to work. This came up as I helped my wife with a task today. She needed help and I was available. Expecting nothing in return for the job, “that I really didn’t want to do”, we got it done together. My motivation was the fact that she needed me. 

A successful marriage is one that includes sacrifice and putting the needs of your spouse first. “What is it that I am not doing that you need”

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