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Treat A Man Like A Man
By Mark Gungor  
July 4, 2012                                                                       Issue 955           


Summary of this article


Mark Gungor has a way of speaking common sense about men and women's relationships and helps us not get so upset over the differences. Learn to laugh about them and life is much happier.


God bless your family and your marriage.




Treat A Man Like A Man


By Mark Gungor


A woman often thinks that because her husband doesn't automatically do the dishes or put laundry away that the man doesn't really care about her.


Just because your husband doesn't jump up from dinner, rush to clear the table, load the dishwasher, fold the towels in the dryer and take on pajama patrol with the kids, doesn't mean he doesn't love you.


Just because he needs to be reminded to do household chores doesn't make him evil - it just makes him a man.


Women can get men to do things for them if they just treat men like men and stop expecting them to be like a woman who "just knows" what needs to be done.


Ladies, you need to ask a man if you want something done. Don't be surprised that you may even need to ask more than once.



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