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Like a Dog

ADHD & Marriage Weekly Tip - October 11, 2016 Quote of the Week Q:  “But why should I praise him like he’s a golden retriever for things he should be doing in the first place?” A:  It is not about bolstering a mate’s ego but about establishing an atmosphere of kindness and respect, which is ultimately a more fertile ground for affecting change.” - Jancee Dunn and Gary Chapman Like a Dog I hear this ‘why should I praise him for things he’s supposed to be doing?’ question all the time!  And my answer is ‘because you can.
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