No matter how many times you tell him.
That “Fine” is never an acceptable answer to the question “How does my hair look?”
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That sometimes simply listening can be more helpful than giving advice.
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That calling the plumber, asking for directions or reading Anna Quindlen does not, in our eyes, compromise his masculinity.
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That the young, gorgeous waitress is laughing and smiling because she wants a bigger tip.
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That no matter how strong, successful and confident you are, you still need to be reassured that he loves you.
Pamela Redmond Satran is the author of the bestseller How Not to Act Old and the new novel The Possibility of You.
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