Michelle Obama Said There Is "Discomfort" In Marriage And Threw The Internet Into A Frenzy
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Michelle Obama releases her new book, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times. at the Warner Theater in Washington, Tuesday, November 15, 2022.
Over the weekend, FOREVER FLOTUS Michelle Obama penned an intimate Instagram post in which she discussed their marriage with Barack. She is currently promoting her second book, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times, with several appearances to promote it over the next month.
The post, which included photos of her and the former president, read:
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“As an adult, I've lived in different places, but as far as I'm concerned, I've only ever had one real home. My home is my family. My home is Barack. But here's the thing - our marriage was never perfect 50-50. One of us always needs more or gives more. We must be willing to listen to one another, honestly and without resistance. This is the only way we can continue to develop together. Over the years, many young people have asked me about marriage. And my answer usually goes something like this: you have to brace yourself for long stretches of discord and discomfort. You have to learn how to make real compromises in the way you lived as an individual. Glorifying a relationship while you're dating will get you straight into trouble once you're married. You can't cover up problems when you live with someone every day."
Michelle Obama continued:
"So you have to ask yourself: What are you trying to get out of this relationship? Have you really thought about it? Do you want a wedding or a lifelong partnership? These are two very different things. Together you answer the question: Who are we and who do we want to be?”
While her reflection seemed commonplace to people in long-term relationships and marriages, that didn't stop other people on social media from chiming in. Comments ranged from her infuriating feminists to actually proving feminists right by bemoaning the institution of marriage itself. The discourse was continuous and sometimes felt like a projection.
However, one user wisely judged, "I want people to understand that Michelle Obama is selling a book and viral quotes are part of the campaign." But as the former first lady knows, it doesn't take much to get people going bring.
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