This is a question that you may be used to hearing once or twice a year. It’s fairly common to have a performance review at work. Typically it occurs at the end of each the year, or if you work in a job that has you working right up until December 31st your performance review will be during the first week or so of the new year. Before your supervisor meets with you for your annual review, he or she will often ask you to perform a self-evaluation, asking you to determine how well you think you did regarding your work duties, responsibilities, and how well you have maintained the assets that you were given to help you do your work.
Well, the year has just come to an end, and it’s time to perform a self-evaluation of how well you’ve done caring for the most important asset you have been entrusted with—your spouse. The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines asset as “a thing that helps.” (Some people would say that their children are their most important or valuable asset, but since children are not here to help us--it’s just the opposite, we are here to help them—they aren’t considered assets.)
So, how well did you do in caring for your spouse last year?
Today’s passionate relationship principle (PRP) is in the form of a question: How effective were you? How would you rate yourself on your performance for the year?
Dr. Simon Whittaker – The Relationship Doctor at Center for Passionate Relationships (CPR)
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