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I've been pondering something and I thought I would share my theories with the Pham about relationships to hold them together and better communicate. (Mostly for men)

Lesson 1: Men and women should learn ancient Greek. Say my wife and I are sitting on the couch, my wife says something that happened at her work or with her sister or something that makes her feel a certain way. I try to engage her and she says, "you didn't hear a word I said" or something to that effect. Then I say, "BUT YOU SAID..." and she'll say, "well, your comment means you misunderstood what I was talking about." I heard her fine, it's just the English language is so limited, we have to borrow other words from other languages and fit them into our own. And as a person that only experiences like 3 maybe 4 emotions, I'm at a disadvantage anyway even after 12 years of marriage. The ancient Greeks invented words to describe all kinds of shit. They have 3 words for "love" with 3 different but same meanings. They ...

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