When Dave and I got married, I made a really silly assumption. I honestly assumed that the longer we were married, the less words we’d have to share. We would just know what the other was going to say before he/she ever said it. We would be so in sync that glances and body language would just say it all. We would pretty much be able to read each other’s minds.
Over the years, I’ve realized that this is a ridiculous assumption that only leads to misunderstandings, disappointments, and arguments. Can you relate, Friend? Do you and/or your spouse struggle with expecting your spouse to be a mind-reader, too? Here are the signs and how to overcome it.