When you are married, you can’t have the luxury of being able to just live life without having a story.

In order to live a happy and fulfilling life, you have to have a story, right?

Well, according to one recent study, that is exactly what a majority of married people do, which means that their stories are the most important thing in their lives.

And for a lot of married couples, it is important that the stories that they tell about each other are meaningful.

That’s because they want their spouses to love them for who they are, and they also want their partners to feel loved for who and what they are.

Asking, “Is this a story that you would like to tell?” is a really good way to start, since it gives you an idea of what kind of story you want to tell, and the more stories you tell, the better the story you will end up with.

So when you hear that you are having a hard time finding a story to tell your spouse, it’s important to ask yourself, “Would I love to tell this story?

Would this story make me happy?”

To begin, consider how you feel about the situation you are in.

How happy do you feel in the situation?

Do you want your spouse to feel happy?

If you don’t feel that way, you might want to explore a different situation.

And then, ask yourself this question: Is this story going to make me feel better about my life?

Is this the story that I want my spouse to be happy with?

If your answer is “yes,” then you have probably created a story of your own that is worth sharing with your spouse.

But if your answer isn’t “yes” and your spouse doesn’t respond to your story, that means that you have an issue that needs to be addressed.

For example, if you have a history of depression or anxiety, it could be that you’re not telling the right story.

If you’re having an argument, you may be feeling more anxious or depressed.

So it could also be that your partner is being overly sensitive or controlling.

In any case, if your partner doesn’t want to share your story because of how it’s being used to hurt you, then you need to work on finding a way to communicate that, rather than being dismissive.

One way to do this is to start with a question that is the exact opposite of your partner’s.

Say, “What’s your story?”

Then, say, “If I told this story, would it make me happier?”

And then say, simply, “No.”

If you get this right, your partner will feel more comfortable talking about your feelings, and he or she will also feel less anxious about sharing your story.

When you can get the right answer to this question, you will be much happier.

As with any relationship, you want the person you’re with to love you for who you are, so if you can tell your partner a story about yourself that makes you feel great, it will make you feel good about yourself.

To make this process easier, you should always be open to the possibility of sharing your relationship with your partner, and you should be able to do so without being a complete jerk.

A good rule of thumb is to not treat your partner like an obstacle.

As you get to know your partner better, you’ll find that he or her will be more likely to share stories that are meaningful to them, and it will give them the freedom to tell them the things that they really want to hear.

So if your spouse has a story you would love to share with your husband, try to find a way for your partner to tell it.

Try not to make it too long, but try to keep it short.

When it’s over, the two of you will likely be able find something that you both love, something that is going to help each other get through your day, something you can be proud of for being together, and something that will make your marriage stronger.

When is the best time to tell a story?

There are different types of stories, but the most common ones are ones that are positive and ones that you want a spouse to want to be proud.

When your spouse is having an emotional or relationship breakdown, for example, it might be important for you to share something that your spouse feels they need to share.

When they are having an illness, it may be important to tell their loved one about the illness.

And when you are a parent, it can be important that you share a story with your child, especially if you’re expecting a child to have an emotional and relationship crisis.

These stories are all different, and some will be really good and others will not.

But by knowing that you and your partner have a relationship that is strong and strong enough to withstand a crisis, you are more likely not to be a source of grief or anxiety. The