We have an excellent marriage counselor. Slowly but surely,he's getting through to my stubborn husband. My husband has a habit of,when I say anything to the counselor,he will like wave me away and look at the counselor. The counselor asked him to stop doing that. He said,"It dismisses her and tells her her feelings aren't important". My smart a**** husband smiled at him and said,"They aren't". The counselor straightened up in his chair and asked me to wait in the waiting room. My h didn't see the grin on my face when I left and the smile was OFF his face when i was asked to come back in. :)
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