Yes. A relationship is built on communication. It's a give and take game. Try to balance the power between you and your wife.
If it's the kids, you don't have to listen---but a marriage is like a contract. Honor it by listening to what the woman has to say. It just might be good advice!
Absolutely, the poor men would be completely lost without women to watch over them. That, and women just know exactly how they want their house and can't risk men screwing it up . A hub might be on its way, but I'm still working off of your last batch of questions .
The man of the house is subject to the same rules as everyone else in the household. However, he should get the final say on the important decisions. What's the man of the house if he can't wear the pants?
The man of the house should only be told what to do by a BIGGER MAN!
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