How NOT To Treat Your Pregnant Wife (Men, Romance & Reality, #3) [NOOK Book]

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Self-help For The Emotionally Challenged Man & His Pregnant Wife


If you are the much put-out pregnant wife reading this book, how do you get this through to the less than emotional aware male (i.e. your husband)? He who knows that 'empathy' is a word he's definitely heard of, but the concept seems to elude him

How NOT To Treat Your Pregnant Wife is The Book For You


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How NOT To Treat Your Pregnant Wife (Men, Romance & Reality, #3)

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Overview

Self-help For The Emotionally Challenged Man & His Pregnant Wife


If you are the much put-out pregnant wife reading this book, how do you get this through to the less than emotional aware male (i.e. your husband)? He who knows that 'empathy' is a word he's definitely heard of, but the concept seems to elude him

How NOT To Treat Your Pregnant Wife is The Book For You


Written to Help Men Not Mess-up One Of The Most Important Periods Of Their Family Life


She has aches, pains and hormones to deal with. You have her to deal with. You need to be on your best 'patience of a Sufi' game throughout. On the flip side, you can expect her to have zero-to-no-patience with any of your mistakes. Good luck with that.


Why New Fathers Need to Toughen Up & Learn To Deal With The Hormones Transforming Their Wives

Why do pregnant women yell at you? Because they can. Because their bodies are going through hell, they've likely spent more time than they'd ever want vomiting unexpectedly, because every movement eventually can become painful, because a baby's foot is in her ribcage and she can't get it out, because she is sleep deprived when heart burn sets in for a few months, because she feels fat and unattractive. So just sympathise and be there for her.

Don't Add To The Drama

For example, don't surprise her with unexpected guests, whose company is an acquired taste (i.e. your friends). Your mother (or anyone else that raises your wife's blood pressure) coming over for a visit? Have a quiet word with them before hand and advise them to be gentle with your wife.

Key Sections of the Book

Anecdotes From Couples In The Same Boat


Your Wife's Pregnant, Not You. It's Not A Competition


Words You Should Never (EVER) Say To Your Pregnant Wife. EVER.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148270980
  • Publisher: Richard H. Doughery
  • Publication date: 2/18/2014
  • Series: Men, Romance & Reality, #3
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 455 KB

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