But the reality is that he has plenty of reason to resent me. He works for a company that wants to be rid of the division of itself in this area while I work for a man who respects me and what I do and with people who love me. I get quiet moments with precious little ones. I spend time with people I love and want to spend time with.
And he lets me escape when I've had enough.
It is all in how I look at it. Resentment will build when I concentrate on what he has or gets from this relationship. Resentment will be squelched when I look at what I have and what I am given from this relationship. This isn't meant to say that there is never failure on each of our parts that needs addressed, but if I wait and if I look up I have the attitude of love and kindness during the address instead of the anger and resentment. And that always helps.
Some things I thought about this weekend wondering what is addressable. . .
::he sends me out alone for girl's events no less than twice a week::
::he unloads and reloads the dishwasher::
::he folds laundry::
::he plays with them::
::he pursues me and won't let my moods fester::
::he looks at me::
::I have a meticulously maintained car::
::he treats other people well::
::he makes me tea::
::he loves my family::