There you are again. You've found yourself in the same circle of female friends, and the conversation has turned to the same topic it always does when this particular group gets together: "He left the kids' bath towels on the floor again."
"Yep. Happens in my house all the time. I just can't get him to clean up after himself!"
"Well, at least your husband helps out with bath time! Mine would never dream of doing such a thing!"
You're at a crossroads. You know you have plenty of anecdotes to chip in to the complaint fest, but something is holding you back.
Something like respect.
You recall the conversation that you and your husband had shortly after you tied the knot, and you're determined to keep your side of the bargain.
So you hold your tongue.
Does this sound familiar?
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