It's Not About the Nail :: Relationship Communication

A spoof on relationship communication. Do you resemble one of these people?
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Any ladies out there who have been this wife at times? My favorite part is when the husband stops and tries to reset with some sympathy, at least until the nail knocks him in the head.

It's Not About the Nail by Jason Headley

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