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Your spouse shouldn't accept you for who you are

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One of the worst (and, consequently, most popular) pieces of relationship advice is that you should find someone who will “accept you for who you are.” The cardinal sin in any relationship these days is to “try to change” the other person. Everyone is already perfect, after all. What is there to improve?

In this podcast, I do my best to debunk this faulty way of thinking. As I argue, the last thing we ought to do in a marriage is simply "accept" the other person. Loving someone means not merely accepting them. It means wanting to help them become the best possible version of themselves.

To see more from Matt Walsh, visit his channel on TheBlaze.

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