Spousal Support

Life is something wonderful

When your most serious arguments

With your most serious partner

Are full of laughing at one another.

With.

With.

I meant laughing with one another.

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42 thoughts on “Spousal Support

  1. Uh-oh! A Freudian Slip perhaps? Hope your husband has a thick skin! (Ha,ha, I’m sure he does!)

  2. mewhoami says:

    I completely agree. It’s hard to argue when you’re laughing.

  3. Sure, sure, you meant with…yeah, ok, let’s go with that Colleen. 🙂
    Diana xo

  4. At is good – with even better 😛

  5. Jim McKeever says:

    Very true, Colleen … Very true!

  6. 😀 😀 😀 It’s all good, Colleen.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Agreed!

  8. dogear6 says:

    I think you got it right both times. We laugh at each other AND we laugh with each other. Laughing at each other is fine as long as it’s not become a humiliation. But sometimes I do something so stupid, I can’t help but laugh too when he starts laughing at me.

    Nancy

    • This is exactly it. We are both very fortunate to have a great respect from one another, for one another. WE would never want to cause humiliation. But certainly encourage laughter at our own ridiculousness and break tensions where there doesn’t need to be any. 🙂

  9. Love! Yes, when we can crack jokes through our… discussions, it makes things far more pleasant. Great post! 🙂

  10. Ahh this is so sweet and I ‘get’ both laughing at and laughing with each other. Because… laughing ‘at’ each other is like laughing at ourselves and that is healthy and wonderful!!

  11. Gibber says:

    Who was laughing at whom?

  12. niaaeryn says:

    I love that you both laugh. 🙂

  13. NotAPunkRocker says:

    It’s OK. We’ll never tell. 😀

  14. It is truly liberating when you can laugh at and with your partner. I laugh at everything. Myself, silliness and just when life becomes to serious. Lovely post Colleen.

    • Thank you so much. I will say, having had relationships where laughter did not help much, it’s a true blessing to be able to laugh at myself, and one another when our disagreements really are ridiculous.

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