Aug 27, 2014 by



Our daily lives are full of expectations. When I hit the light switch on my wall, I expect a light to come on. When I turn the key in the ignition of my car, I expect my car to start. And for some reason when I’m traveling 70 miles per hour on an eight lane interstate, I expect everyone to stay in their respective lanes. (Okay, that’s not an expectation. That’s blind faith.) We can’t escape having expectations in our life multiple times a day.

But where expectations become complicated is when we have them in our relationships.

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