This might seem to contradict itself, but it makes so much sense now. I was always a happy-go-lucky, laid-back kind of guy. I fulfilled my responsibilities and obligations, of course, but I didn’t look beyond tomorrow. When my wife Esay came along, she set goals for us. Saving up for vacations, planning a wedding, and finally going on a proper honeymoon were things we worked on together. I became extra diligent with my career, and because ofthat we were able to have the freedom to do the things serious or fun we wanted.
0 TRYING NEW EXERCISES CAN BE AN ADVENTURE.
I’ve got a few health issues, and I used to make them an excuse to not try new things. Take running, for example. While my wife was training for the LA Marathon, I’d be sitting in the car waiting for her and wasting my time
scrolling through an endless Facebook feed. Exciting, no? When she completed the full marathon, I was inspired enough by her to finally give running a try. And guess what? The back pain that I thought would worsen because of running went away. I suppose I just had to give something it a chance, and my wife was a big reason why I started. It also helped that she gave me a really snazzy pair of running shoes.
©MEMORIES ARE PRICELESS. KEEP TRACK OFTHEM.
I’ve been keeping a journal for five years now, and this habit started because I was beginning to feel embarrassed about constantly having to ask my wife what happened on a certain day. She’d just thumb through her j ournal and have the answer. Today, I write short entries in my own journal, or I staple receipts of what we did, where we went, what movie we watched, and what we ate. It’s actually a cool thing when the memory doesn’t just vanish into thin air.
ACCEPTANCE GOES A VERY LONG WAY.
We may not see eye-to-eye all the time, and there are some traits a significant other will never understand. But I’ve learned to accept these things; it beats being constantly annoyed. Let’s face it, we can choose to be infuriated by each other, or just chill out.
©THAT I CAN BE MORE.
If it weren’t for my wife, I’d still be waiting around, just taking whatever life throws at me. A very career-oriented woman who has climbed the corporate ladder and kept ahead of the game by always learning new skills, thinking of new ideas, and constantly developing herself, she showed me that it is okay to leave your comfort zone, put yourself out there, and go for what you want. Her eye is always on the future, and I’ve slowly begun to be the same.
(TEXT) PAULO RAFAEL SUBIDO AND ESAY QUERUBIN-SUBIDO. (PHOTO) DAIRY DARILAG.
Married couple Paulo and Esay say relationships are always a work in progress.
Being in a relationship, married or not, is fun. It’s like
having a workout/ eating/ shopping buddy you can kiss between sets or hold hands with under the table. But being in a relationship isn’t always pretty. There will be arguments, frustration, even I-don’t-want-to-talk-to-you-or-see-your-face moments. Still, at the end of the day, there are things that are more important than drama. A relationship is a continuous learning process, and every day, I discover something new about my husband Paulo, my life, and myself.
FOR YOUR GUY WE’VE LEARN FROM YOU
Because being with the right person should make you better, right?
O PATIENCE IS A VIRTUE.
Patience is something I had to learn early on in our marriage. Honestly, I’m still learning, because some things really boggle the mind. For example, month after month during that time of the month my husband still asks why I look pissed for no reason. It would be so easy to just snap at him and let the hormones loose, but I try to hold back and explain as calmly as I can. Patience is also what I need whenever I have to remind him to close cabinet doors when he’s done with them. It’s a work in progress.
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