“Perhaps you have told your husband very little, expecting him to somehow know how to love and cherish you. That puts (and keeps) him at a disadvantage. He can’t get better at something he doesn’t know to do or know how to do.”
Trent Coroy, in Married Mom, Solo Parent, p. 239
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