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Almost Perfect
updated: May 07, 2011, 10:00 AM

Dear Edda,

I think my wife has a real problem. She has a big chip on her shoulder. I am a very good husband in every respect. I'm pretty good looking, if you can judge by the glances I get from women, I help with the housework and the kids, I go grocery shopping once in a while, I help out in the yard when there is heavy lifting, I compliment my wife (even when she wears something I don't like -haha). In fact, now that I think about it, I'm a real catch.

So I have one habit that is probably a little annoying. I lose my keys sometimes. And my wallet. I can't help it, I am just not very careful about remembering where I put them. In a way, I think it's sort of endearing. But my wife doesn't think so. Whenever I ask her where they are, she gets irritated and tells me to find my own darn keys. It's not like I ask her to help me very often - only when I'm late for work in the mornings, or when we are going out. I would think she would just help me find them. But she says I don't even try to keep track of them, and that I always wait until the last minute to check if I have them. Maybe that's right, but wouldn't you think she would just do this one thing, since I'm such a good husband?

Signed,

Almost Perfect

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Dear Almost Perfect,

You're right - your wife does have a problem.

Edda


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Edda Hatte is a loving and sympathetic advice columnist who helps Edhat subscribers navigate through their complicated and stressful lives. Send your questions to askedda@edhat.com.

 

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