Saturday, July 26, 2014

First Things First Family: Moonpie Prize Pack Giveaway

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Summer is a fabulous time for families to reconnect and often a great time for bonding over fun experiences. Summer can also be a time when families notice problems within their home. From the smallest issue to outright disfunction every family has times when they might be searching for answers to bring the happy back to their home. After almost ten years of marriage I can say my husband and I still have completely different ways we communicate. The First Things First video I chose to share below features a couple having a conversation only with fun subtitles. Wouldn't it be nice to always read the thoughts behind what your partner was saying? Our family shapes the way we see the rest of the world, and I know I want it to be a positive outlook for the Booper. Read more about First Things First and enter for a Family Moonpie prize pack! 
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25 comments:

  1. Definitely! I'm sure it would be interesting!

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  2. YES! Sometimes I will look at my hubby and you can see that he is deep in thought.....makes me nuts trying to figure out what he's thinking about!

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  3. Yes, I wish that all the time because most of the time he won't just come out and say it!

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  4. of course sounds interesting. thankyou, ken pohl19@comcast.net

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  5. I'm not sure! It could cause a lot of problems!

    abfantom at yahoo dot com

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  6. There have been many times I have wished I could see subtitles of what my husband was thinking, but there have also been many times that I'm thankful I can not! ;)

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  7. I'm not sure that I would really want to know, lol. Just kidding. Yes, I would love to know for sure instead of just trying to figure it out.

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  8. I sure would want to know, if I had a spouse that is.

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  9. Yes but it might be scary. I wonder a lot what my husband is thinking.
    savewish@Yahoo.com

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  10. No- some things should just remain unsaid.

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  11. No but after many years you have a 6th sense on what he is thinking.

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  12. I sometimes watch movies with the sub-titles, my one son's ex-girlfriend use to do this all the time, so I got use to it.

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  13. Sometimes... I think some of it would upset me, lol.

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  14. Yes. I think it would be funny

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  15. I don't have a spouse atm but if I did...yeah I think it might be helpful...lol

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  16. I'm pretty sure I'm better off without knowing. We are never on the same wave length!

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  17. I don't know if it would be a good idea to see all of his thoughts!

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  18. I don't think I would want to see my spouse's subtitles. His subtitles might not agree with mine or they could be completely about something else totally than what our conversation was about.

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  19. Yes, but fortunately my husband and I are very close. We think the same thing, say the same thing sat the same time, finish each others sentences more often than not and laugh at the same things.

    jweezie43[at]gmail[dot]com

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  20. I would if he was having a good day but if it was not a good day I definitely do not want to know.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

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  21. Absolutely sometimes he is so frustrating I don't know how his mind works!

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  22. Sometimes. However, I don't want to know everything that he's thinking.

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