It’s one thing to make New Years resolutions for yourself…but what about when your significant other makes them FOR YOU?! Would you be down, because you know that THEY know you the best, or would you feel like they were exposing all your flaws and criticizing you?
Kristin and her husband, Bart, have been together for 12-and-a-half years, and for the past few years, they’ve been picking out resolutions for each other. They go out to dinner together on New Year’s Eve and talk about the coming year and discuss the resolutions: it’s only a couple of things, and it’s all in the name of helping the other person grow, become successful, and achieve the goals they want.
Bert decided to take a page out of Kristin’s book; he and his girlfriend are going to write resolutions for each other. But here’s the thing: they’ve only been together two-and-a-half years…and the first time he’s hearing his resolutions is live on-the-air.
Nicely addressing flaws via resolutions is one thing after well over a decade of relationship and a marriage…can Bert and Tiffany survive this?