Todays' social dilemma is pretty simple. I wanted to talk about it ever since I read this except from actress Anna Faris' book. Anna is on the TV show Mom and is married to actor Chris Pratt. However, they're in the midst of a separation and ultimately a divorce. The thing that caught my eye was that Anna wrote that she thought that spouses didn't need to be best friends. She wrote, that with marriage, comes the expectation that now a woman’s husband will fill the closest companion role. “But I never bought that. The idea of your mate being your best friend — that’s overhyped. I really believe that your partner serves one purpose and each friend serves another.” I read that and thought that doesn't seem right to me. My sweetie is my best friend. In fact, we were friends for years before we got together romantically and in my opinion that's part of what makes our relationship so strong. But I wanted to know what you think. Do you think spouses need to be best friends, or should you have your spouse and then your best friends outside of the marriage? I'm really interested to know what you think.
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