Having ESP (extrasensory perception) is something that many couples wish they had. The thing is that you don’t and neither does your spouse.


At times you may ask yourself…

  • Why doesn’t he/she know that?
  • How many times should I have to tell him/her?
  • He/she should know that by now.

The truth is that your spouse doesn’t have ESP and cannot read your mind.

And yet you have been asking yourself, “What’s wrong with expecting my spouse to know what I want? What I need?”

The issue is that when you expect your spouse to have ESP or read your mind you are expecting another human to be able to process the circumstances that YOU are in.

You’re expecting them to know your mood, your physical condition and then come up with the exact same conclusion that you would do.

The kicker is that this person is NOT you.

Stop frustrating the two of you by Expecting Someone else to Perceive the world as you would.

In this week’s show Tony and Alisa talk about what happens when you expect your spouse to have ESP also known as extrasensory perception.

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