|ADHD & Marriage - Weekly Marriage Tip - July 5, 2012|
Heart to Heart
Tips for Thriving in your Marriage
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“Most of us have had at least one ugly experience being on the receiving end of someone who just had to “speak his or her truth” – and who also seemed intent on making us wrong, guilt-tripping us or hurting our feelings in the process. We’ve all been in situations where someone says something totally unkind or inappropriate and then uses, “Well, it’s true!” as an easy excuse.”
- Cat Thompson, Experience Life Magazine 4/12
|Speak Your Truth?|
During the period of time in which my husband and I were most angry at each other he used to practice what I called "the truth at all costs." Perhaps I did, too, though what I remember most vividly was being on the receiving end of some of his harsh words during this period...and how much those words hurt (and also stuck with me).
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© 2012 Melissa Orlov