Dowd’s Ideal Husband

“It’s good to have a doormat in the home, but not if it’s your husband.”

I just had to read the most popular emailed article in The New York Times — Maureen Dowd’s column An Ideal Husband — even though I already have a wonderful husband. Dowd relates the points a Catholic Priest has been making for decades in his lecture called Whom Not to Marry. It’s one of those bits of advice that seems so common sense that isn’t common at all. He dispenses advice with humor and adds why it’s important to assess a new friend’s character, “Infatuation trumps judgment.” It’s worth sharing with your single friends.

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