“When I first met you I honestly didn’t know how important you were going to be to me.” —Anonymous
What you don’t know is sometimes better than you ever imagined.
That’s what Tony and Alisa learned this weekend at the ONE Conference.
There can be a lot of reasons why the two of you aren’t talking and different seasons of life may lead to this time right now.
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“Giving honest and well intended feedback is often confused with being mean. It’s not mean. It’s nice.” —Robert Kiyosaki
Good feedback is like good discipline. The process is not often pleasant, but it yields immensely fruitful results. Poorly communicated feedback is like rotten food — good for nothing and can make you sick.
Rather than dig into all of the horror stories of spouses tearing each other down, we’re going to focus on how to lovingly and effectively communicate critical feedback to your spouse.