Thank you for sharing! I can’t agree more with the sentiment here. Being honest is one thing, being hurtful and insensitive is another. And at the end of the day successful relationships are based on acceptance of the other person. Honesty is when a partner tells you they don’t like when you are grumpy or that you leave the cap off the toothpaste, or when you say embarrassing things in public. When your partner tells you this, they are sharing how you make them feel and that there’s a possibility you can do something to address it. I can be less grumpy, I can be a better listener, I can start putting the cap on the toothpaste, I can be a better lover. But what can I do with “I regret that that you are not a 10"???? Nothing. Nada. Not helpful, no instead it is only hurtful. You deserve better.