Social Dilemma-Do You "Owe" Your Spouse If They Do A Favor For You?

Today's social dilemma came from an interesting conversation I had with a friend of mine on Saturday afternoon.  She was talking about how she had to go to a wedding on Sunday and how she was not looking forward to it at all.  The wedding was for one of her husband's coworkers whom she had met just once, and she knew she wasn't going to to know anyone.  She didn't want to go, but of course she had to.  But what was interesting was what she said next.  She said, well at least I know now he, meaning her husband, owes me.  And i said what the heck does that mean.  And she said, I'm doing him a favor going to this wedding that I don't want to go to for him, so now he'll owe me something.  Maybe it will be jewelry, or maybe I'll hold onto the favor for the next time I want him to do something with me that I know he won't want to do.  I was laughing the whole time she was telling me all this.  I said if you're in a long term relationship or married, that going to those kinds of things are just part of the deal.  And she said no way.  I'm going to be in an uncomfortable position for three to four hours so now he owes me.  I didn't get it, I felt like it was just part of the relationship deal, at least that's how it is with me and my sweetie.  What about you?  If you do something with your spouse that you don't want to do, does that mean he or she owes you, or do you think it's just part of the deal?  Let me know what you think on the 98-3 TRY Facebook page.  

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