True im there. It was a hard but very real 42 years of my life. It is now a first novel down in my stories to tell. A old dusty I’m tattooed as fuck but I still need cuddles. book ready to be put on a shelf. Ready to start my new book. Thank u bryant mcgill. U are right on key.
I’m tattooed as fuck but I still need cuddles shirt
I think that most of the problems with marriages today is because spouses are trying to compete with each other. If my husband was the breadwinner I would be happy to give him a haven to come home to. Not a chore but as a token of my love. If you want your husband to treat you like a queen, treat him like a king. It works both ways. Right…if the woman works too!I’m tattooed as fuck but I still need cuddles. Otherwise, then she’s obligated to do her JOB at home, but the husband is kind of her boss then & she shld be rewarded in ways other than sex, which most men think that’s all they are obligated to do other than work. I completely agree. We have allowed society to talk us Into competing with our partners rather than supporting them. The king and queen relationship is the most important relationship in the kingdom. You may have a dozen important things to tell him, but the moment of his arrival is not the time. Let him talk first — remember, his topics of conversation are more important than yours.
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Exactly, I agree with the majority of this article. Not the part that “his topics are more important than yours.” I think most readers are taking this out of context. The article means that at the time a person is walking in the door from work, they need a little space and recuperation after working all day. They may even need to vent, and I feel that that is a reasonable request. If 2 people love and respect one another they would both be excited to share their days with one another. No one’s “work” whether inside or outside of the home is more important than the other. My husband is a talker and I’m glad I get home before he does in order for me to have a chance to relax before he comes in the door talking a mile a minute