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Writer’s Workshop: Shane’s Best Trait

Thursday, May 12, 2011@ 2:18 PM

When I first met Shane, I absolutely loved that he was good at just about everything.  He was smart – and no matter the conversation, he’d always be able to chime in with some facts.  He was handy - and fixed my broken toilet.  He could cook – and was the one that started teaching me.  He was able to do everything that I was either not capable of doing or too afraid to try.

Then I started losing my appreciation of his gifts.  Instead of valuing what he could do, I started to resent what I wasn’t doing.  The better he could do something, the worse I felt about myself.  It got to where I almost hated how he could do everything!  And the worse I felt about myself, the more frustrated and annoyed he got.  What a vicious cycle!

All it took was stepping back from it a bit and realizing that just because he is good at something it doesn’t make me any less of a person.  In fact, in reality I must be quite brilliant to have picked him!

7 Responses to “Writer’s Workshop: Shane’s Best Trait”

  1. Amanda says:

    Cudos. Realizing that you have your own good points is a big step. Many people never get there.

  2. Stephanie says:

    You were very smart to pick him! Maybe he’ll teach you to do some of those things he does so effortlessly. Don’t learn how to fix the toilet, though. Let him keep doing that. ;)

  3. Louise says:

    You should have just asked me. I could have told you how sweet, smart and special you are! It’s always been obvious to everyone around you! (Not to take anything away from Shane’s many talents :-) ) You were smart to pick Shane and he was smart to pick you.

  4. Melissa says:

    I totally know what you mean, knowing how good your spouse is as something, especially as a competitive person, makes you feel insecure about those things. It’s hard to accept that them being better than you at things can be helpful and that there are things you’re better at than they are too. Good for you for realizing this and rising above it!

    And I love this picture of you two!!! You guys look so young!

  5. I guess sometimes, couple get into a competition with each other. One starts to feel inferior compared to the other. But it shouldn’t be the case, because marriage is a partnership. I have to tell myself that because I sometimes resent it when my husband is right and I’m wrong.

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