Other people will shout at me ‘but you should be able to trust your man’; again I point you to reality and the fact that trust can very easily turn into taking for granted; So here is my answer, feel free to add any more tips you might have from your own experiences.
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resize=110,110" alt="" width="110" height="110" data-recalc-dims="1" / This question was logged by one of my male readers (I know I’m the ‘mummy whisperer’, but as I’ve been talking about Sex a lot, I’ve gained quite a lot of male readers too), and I have to admit that at first I kind of thought ‘well isn’t it obvious? Then I realised that firstly we aren’t all socially savvy and secondly even when we are, we can be naive as well, including us women who are meant to be much more capable of understanding these sorts of things.
Then the series 'No Diets and Bootcamps' birthed my second book for busy mums about weight loss the healthy, fit and forever way, which I'm still in the process of finishing.
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This friendship could be really helpful and give you insight into the other side of the story, or it could be with someone who will eventually take advantage of the problems.