Stuff Every Husband Should Know

Stuff Every Husband Should Know

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by Eric San Juan
     
 

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All the Skills You'll Need for Your Wife, Home & Family

Including:

     •  How to Make Decisions
     •  The Ten Commandments of Laundry
     •  How to Hire Handymen
     •  How Not to Fight over Money
     •  Side with Your

Overview

All the Skills You'll Need for Your Wife, Home & Family

Including:

     •  How to Make Decisions
     •  The Ten Commandments of Laundry
     •  How to Hire Handymen
     •  How Not to Fight over Money
     •  Side with Your Wife, Not Your Mother

Plus tips on owning a house, suggestions for classy gifts, advice on handling your family, tricks to mastering the kitchen, and much, much more!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781594744976
Publisher:
Quirk Publishing
Publication date:
04/05/2011
Series:
Pocket Companions Series
Pages:
144
Sales rank:
864,944
Product dimensions:
3.40(w) x 5.80(h) x 0.60(d)

Meet the Author

Eric San Juan is an author and news editor in New Jersey. He’s delighted that, a decade into marriage, his wife and son still seem well fed.

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CuteEverything More than 1 year ago
Stuff Every Husband Should Know, by Eric San Juan, focuses on marriage and fatherhood. It would make an ideal gift for an engaged, newly-wed, or young, married man. Sections regard issues for one’s wife, home, and family. Once again, they suggest acting considerately, while providing honest and simple directions to many of life’s basics. Yet, many are clever and offer a bit of humor along the way. For example, How to Drive Together in Peace includes the tidbit, “She controls the climate. You’re a man. You’ll deal with it.” Similarly, Stuff You Should Learn How to Say, suggests that happy marriages are built on generous use of the following: “You look beautiful;” “I was wrong;” “I love you;” “You’re right;” “Dinner was delicious;” “I shouldn’t have done that, I’m sorry;” and, “Would you like a back rub?” Other sections include tips on everything from how to unclog a drain, on how to not fight over money, and Vacations to Make Everyone Happy. It all sounds like good advice to me! Plus, if your parents didn’t teach you how to have a good marriage, or weren’t a great example of it, then Stuff Every Husband Should Know can be an invaluable resource. I know I can use all the help I can get!