I was talking with a friend a few months ago about someone who is married to a wonderful man who is on the autism spectrum. She mentioned that her friend has to give very clear directives to her husband. For example, the day before her birthday she may say, “Tomorrow is my birthday. I would like a piece of jewelry, a cake with a candle and a great kiss!” I looked at my friend and said, “Wouldn’t it be great if we all asked for things that clearly?”
Sooooo, I wrote a book that encourages couples to
1. Do things for each other they wouldn’t necessarily do without prompting.
2. Teaches couples more about what really resonates with their partners and what doesn’t.
3. Hopefully eradicates the potential defensiveness that comes with nagging!
Check it out and tell me what you think!