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In All Seriousness
Pet Peeves: Everybody Has Them
In this week’s episode, Tony and Jill discussed their pet peeves, from the proper installation of toilet paper rolls to making the bed the right way.
So, what does you do if your partner is guilty of all your pet peeves?
Tony told listeners to run. Let that sink in for a moment.
He, of course, has more advice:
- Communication is always the best policy when your loved one does something that irritates you
- Remember to be calm when you tell them. Few people respond well when you yell or scream at them.
- I was only half joking about running. If you talk to your partner about your pet peeves, and they purposely still do them, then you may need to remove yourself from the relationship.
Jill also urged listeners talk it out with their partner.
As always, she has other tips:
- Recognize if you need to be direct instead of giving hints about your pet peeves
- Realize that your partner has pet peeves, too, and try to alter your behavior accordingly
- Don’t let your pet peeves turn you into a nag
What are your pet peeves? How do you handle letting your partner know if they are guilty of doing any of them?
Leave your responses in the comments section.
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