Always say please and thank you—and touch him when you do.
I know it sounds like old-school advice, but every marriage expert said the same thing: No one likes being bossed around, especially by their spouses, so there's no point in throwing down orders like a drill sergeant.
So, armed with an arsenal of expert tips, I embarked on a four-week experiment to see if I could somehow morph into a Husband Whisperer and, with practice, patience and perseverance, mold my spouse's mind ever so gently.
Here's the advice I followed, along with the results.1.
LGBT rights are considered human rights by Amnesty International recognize same-sex marriage and grant most of (if not all) the other rights listed above to its LGBT citizens.
A new website has been set up to help prisoners find love while they’re behind bars.
The site, called Prison Dating, believes that it’s the ‘future of online dating’ – even going so far as to say it offers matches tailored to its members’ particular interests and hobbies.
In fact, many of our members are more than happy to be patient and wait to meet to meet the person they have become friendly with.
Taking the step to mentor an ex-prisoner could be one of the most rewarding things you ever do.