Sometimes you have to treat your husband like one of the kids and apply some behavior modification.
The best advice I can offer you is to treat your husband the way you treat your kids when you want them to do something. Be mindful that behavior modification doesn't occur overnight, and that you'll need to tweak it to each husband individually.
Learning to step outside of your comfort zone could make for a much more positive dating experience.
All too often we tend to get in our own ways, especially when it comes to dating. From our preferred checklist of qualities we're seeking in a partner to our pet peeves, remaining too comfortable within our own bubble could make it difficult to attract the right man.
It isn't always easy to change or step outside of our comfort zones but if you tend to have a reputation for being picky, hard to please or even "too girly," chances are a change of pace could be just what the doctor ordered.
Getting out of a relationship with a healthy, safe & mutually respectful breakup requires planning!
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Read that story & get rid of your self-limitations, live your dream, enjoy life's banquet, dare!
It was around the turn of the century and life was hard for the family living from the land. So hard that they decided that they had to believe the promise of the new world. So they sold what little they had and only just managed to buy passage on an ocean liner to North America. Their cabin was below the water line and it could, at best, be described as only adequate, but they were going to the new world. Life would be better there.
Learn to ease your anxiety with this useful advice.
As a parent, you want what is best for your children. You want them to be smarter, better looking and more well-rounded than you are. You want them to be liked by their peers and to succeed in school. As such, you worry. And, with worrying comes anxiety which can turn into depression. Here are five ways to help you stop worrying so much:
Looking for some quick ways to be a better parent? Here are 7 tips that you can start doing today!
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What responsibilities do you and your spouse take on as parents? It’s important to find your style of parenting with teamwork. How do you help each other? Do you have to ask or is it just expected? It’s important to communicate with one another what your strengths are as parents because it will be easier to divide up tasks.
Chivalry will always be a relevant term in contemporary society - today, tomorrow and forever.
Chivalry still means a man being kind and courteous in the presence of and at the service of any woman he encounters throughout his day. At the most personal level, it's about treating your wife and special ladies in your life (daughter, mother, sisters, grandmothers and aunts) with reverence and love…ever endeavoring to do things - great and small - to let them know they are special. Chivalry isn't about getting things in return.
If your child seems to be under functioning you might be contributing by over functioning for him.
Your teen leaves his dirty clothes all over the house. Instead of getting into another fight with him or nagging him to pick them up, you do it for him. It’s easier, right?
Your daughter with ADD is having problems completing her science project. She can’t seem to focus and complains that it’s boring and too difficult. After she goes to sleep, you finish it for her. After all, you don’t want her to fail.