Season 2/Episode 11: For Better, For Worse
In All Seriousness
Be There for the Good and Bad
In this week’s episode, Jill and Tony discussed the true meaning of the phrase “for better, for worse.”
They believe that some people have a hard time with the “for worse” part because some folks naturally run when things get tough. Life, however, has its ups and downs, and each person must learn to handle both.
They acknowledged that everyone has a different definition of what the phrase means to them, but Tony emphasized that cheating should not be acceptable under anyone’s definition.
Jill reminded listeners that “for better, for worse” deals with extremes. So, if things aren’t the best they could be in your relationship, it doesn’t mean that it’s the worst either.
They both have other suggestions:
- Take your commitments seriously
- Keep your promises
- Do not enable others to treat you badly
What does “for better, for worse” mean to you? Let us know in the comments section. We’d also like to know what you’re doing differently this year.
Thanks for your listening support.