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How to Make Your Spouse More Lovable

Ever notice how much more lovable your husband, wife, or life partner is when life is going well for you? You smile, you get smiles back. You embrace and all is forgiven. You feel generous and in return you feel loved and appreciated.

So why is it that when we're having work problems or doing poorly at our attempts to lose weight or build muscle or finish a project, we criticize our mates? Why not put in the extra effort, make one more try, stop and write that step-by-step list of little steps to success, call Uncle Joe and ask for advice, or tackle something else we've a good shot at doing well? We have the power; why not make them all that much more lovable?

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