The new openness is not just an attempt to keep the oh God! Couples should draft a "sexual agreement" as to how often they will have sex, and to share responsibility for initiating it.He also advises they create a "sexual garden" of acceptable acts.
"It took more courage than we thought to say with confi-dence that we needed something." The authors also offer tips on how to communicate with an underperforming husband.Which is no great surprise," write the authors of a new book called The Scorecard: How to Fix Your Man in One Year or Less. The authors don't talk about how they finally met, but once they did, and compared notes, they saw so many parallels it occurred to them that other wives must be just as frustrated and miserable."It was second nature for us to clean up their messes; at this point we couldn't even depend on them to know how to get dumped without our help." Julie Bell and Donna Brown share uncannily similar stories of marital wrack and ruin. Each wanted specific changes to her husband's behaviour."Then, play with the fruits they agree are in the garden," he says."That cuts down a lot of wear and tear sexually." Other conference participants included Anne and Brian Bercht, an Abbotsford, B.