The clip "just works" from Couples Retreat (2009)
See, you know, I work 10 hours a day,
so by the time I come home, I'm exhausted.
It's not that I don't want to answer questions about the house renovation.
I really just don't want to answer questions about anything.
But, you know, you may just be shutting your mind off,
but it can feel like you're shutting your partner off as well.
Again, that's a caution area.
And just as a point of interest,
when you speak that way, David,
you're really de-prioritizing your teammate.
It's called "crossing emotional boundaries. "
Or, more commonly, "bulldozing. " And it's ugly.
Ronnie, when you spoke earlier of...
Let me just find it in my notes here.
There it is. You said, "We make it through things well together. "
That doesn't sound very fun.
You don't want to look back and say, "I made it through my life. "
We want to enjoy our projects, enjoy our work week.
We want to enjoy our lives, celebrate our lives.
And all this talk about my project
and his work, and my this and his that,
and mine and his, and mine and... It's...
Where's us in all that?
Where is our journey? I don't hear it.
And it's because it's not there.
Listen. I'm not saying that there's not
some really stressful times sometimes,
because there is, but it works for us.
I don't know.
Oh, gosh, I don't know, you guys.
There's no "us. " There's no "we. "
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