It's only 2 days post-Valentine's Day and I just feel sad.
I saw the most romantic + grand Valentine's Day gestures posted all over social media. I saw roses, and candles, and trips, and those super cute bitmojis depending on your mood:
But you know what I saw a lot of too? I saw quite a bit of #HusbandShaming and it made me super sad.
Women were passive aggressively commenting about how their man hadn't QUITE lived up to their expectation. And don't get me wrong, I have totally felt let down by my man, there's no question about it, but publicly shaming him has never been an option for me.
I noticed that when I read these posts, I never sided with the women who posted them, even if they were some of my best gal pals for even family members, but I felt bad for their man and I kind of thought their actions were a bit distasteful. And that's why started this post off with, I just felt sad.
So I wanted to share something I wrote last year about loving your partner when they are least lovable. When we are feeling so let down by them, or so disappointed by what they did or did NOT do ... this is a great resource for you. And I wrote it out of my own experience of being let down, so please know that I GET IT.
Click the button below to read all about how to LOVE your partner when they're least lovable. I promise it will help you when you need it most. (or pass it on your partner - 'cause let's face it, we're all a little hard to love now and then.)
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