Oh that Taylor, she's so coy. I guess we'll never know. :/
I'm not married, but God willing I get married one day, I want to be able to do what it takes to be in a good place with my spouse. And I have heard from people who have great relationships that they actively work on not being negative.
Here is an article about what to never say to your spouse.
1. "Never." "Never" implies a sense of hopelessness and finality. Whenyou use "never," you're telling your spouse that they are no good, will never be any good and that there's no hope for change. It's an all-or-nothing phrase that does not lend itself to listening, compromising and creating good will.
2. "Always." "Always" implies a sense of rigidity and righteousness. When you use "always," you're telling your spouse that they are wrong, you are right, and that there's nothing that can be done about it. It's also an all-or-nothing phrase, and it does not lend itself to understanding, learning, or healing.
3. "But." "But" implies a sense of manipulation and a lack of integrity. When you use "but," you negate whatever was said before. It invalidates your message and turns a positive statement into a negative one. It's a conjunction that does not lend itself to building trust, credibility and intimacy. Similar words to avoid include "however" and "although."
4. "*#%&." Use your imagination and fill in the blank and what you're left with is a vulgar, obscenity-laced attack. Any way you look at it, attacking your spouse by name-calling will cause irreparable damage. Doing this regularly will surely destroy your spouse's soul and kill the marriage. Outright contempt has no place in a marriage.
5. "Divorce." Threatening to divorce, suggesting divorce as an option, or accusing your spouse of destroying the marriage will lead to just that. A divorce is a very serious decision, and using it as a weapon or method of control creates anxiety and despair. It's not conducive for effective communication, conflict resolution, problem solving, or intimacy.
PS - This is my FAVORITE Bruno song! Love!
Ugh not until NEXT YEAR!? Why do we have to wait so long? Although as the saying goes "it was worth the wait" and I think that will be true for this!
"It was going to be this year but I don't finish touring till October and then there's no time to get a plan together. I'm going to spend October, November, December planning and then just smash it out next year … All the songs are written."
Okay okay so it's not the kind of reunion we hoped for, BUT it will do!
Jennifer Aniston will be co-hosting Ellen this week, and apparently she was a little nervous about the gig. So, what happens when you're nervous and need a pick me up? Why you go to your "Friends" of course!