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There are lots of women MBA's in the world who can share tips and advice. One is talk with your piers at work about how you want to be treated. Tell people what you want and let the chip fall where they may.
Author: 2010-12-10 18:02:13 [reply]
Admin let's say peers not piers, piers don't tal back.
Reply by: 2014-09-09 21:11:26 [reply]
Motleyfoool Ohmygosh I can't spell either!
Reply by: 2014-09-09 21:13:00
Using performance indicators for your man like for your business helps you see how things are going when you are not looking. If he is set to housework keep tabs on the few chores that really matter to you. None of us have time to micro-manage someone so the indicators get us looking when we see one weakness we look for more, if they remain strong, there is no need to look.
Author: 2011-01-27 17:58:20 [reply]
I have read a good bit on this site about ways to control your husband but, I have not seen anything about controlling his cell phone. Many of the undesirable behaviors are in some way connected to his cell phone. Most women don't even know their husband's password. I believe its important to take control of his cell phone to protect the marriage.
Author: 2015-08-02 18:58:32 [reply]
MsJennI just have the simplest cellphone, no password. And it just sits on the kitchen counter most of the time. Try that.
Reply by: 2015-09-22 11:11:19 [reply]