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How to Become Your Spouse’s Best Friend


Jul. 28, 2014 Michael Hyatt

Unfortunately, we live in a culture that is very me-centered. Gail and I often talk to people who are frustrated with their spouses. Most of this stems from the fact that they are not getting what they think they need or what they think they should be getting.

I am not saying that it is wrong to give voice to your needs. I am saying that it is often an ineffective way to get them met, unless you first sow the seeds of giving and servanthood. (This is also good practice for being a leader in any sphere of life.)

1. Make a list of what you want in a best friend.

2. Start working on becoming that person for your spouse.

3. Keep working.

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