Originally Posted by Synchro246
He pretty much thinks I'm nuts. . .but hey- he has never stood in my way when I wanted to do something (induce lactation, have an unassisted birth, have a homebirth- well NOW he stands in the way of UC, but that's a long story). The only thing is it would take a lot of effort on his part, so he needs to be commited. I guess I should get more info and see if he'd read more.
OH- my kid's wrecking the place. . .
Here he doesn't think I'm nuts...maybe a little quirky...but he knows that my strongest personality trait is searching for the truth. I don't really care what society does...I do what I research to be right and what I believe is right. He actually appreciates my approach to life though, and it has benefited us all as a family. I like to use my brain
and consider myself a lifelong learner.
Anyhow, if you have the husband who would do anything to make you happy (aka tolerate your womanliness
) there are major advantages to that. I think I have the same issue here with my DH, though he has agreed to restore it takes a LOT of effort on his part. And, he is a really busy guy. He would have to make it a priority.
So, there are always ways you can "help" him along with manual stretching. I mean, seriously, you could do it on your own to him in a pleasurable way. Just use your imagination. And, yes it does work...it might work to the point where he starts to notice and then says...hmmm...I never felt that before, or that was different (in a good way). Bring that up as an option...that is how we've been starting here, though DH tells me he plans on making a big effort one he takes his vacation time and reads up more! I just wish he would spend less time watching sports and more time reading about this
. He is the type who watches ANY sport which is on TV, which means EVERY DAY he is watching something.