But like most things in life, what is capable of great good, once used wrong, can be capable of great evil.
And what is capable of great evil, once used right, can be capable of great good.
I hold that there is such a thing as white lies. Only, it’s a slippery slope and as such it is mostly adviced against. But for those like me, confident that they can thread that thin line, it can work wonders for your relationship!
Yes, this is a lying spouse story. Yes, I know when to lie to my husband, and, the funniest part, the absoslutely funniest part, is most times he knows. And, in fact, I believe – he likes it!
Hell not only does he like it, he appreciates the hell out of it, too.
Lying Spouse Story – When, then?
There is no rigid formula to knowing when to lie to your spouse. It’s something you just know by having the skills to examine situations.
In fact, the truth is, if you need a blog post to tell you when to lie to your spouse, just don’t. Just keep off lying.
But from my story, it is obvious some patterns are eminent:
Lying to Protect Your Spouse’s Self Confidence
Lying to Not Make them Feel Unnecessary Guilt.
Lying to Shield them From Bad External Forces
Lying to Keep Them Optimistic and Positive, etc.
Lying Spouse Story – When Not?
The general rule of thumb, even while breaking this rule, should still be this: