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5 cool tip by Chantha Rathany

5 cool tip by Chantha Rathany

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Tip to hold a husband’s heart
“Why do you look sad? Please give a smile to your lovely wife.” These are the words I say to my husband when he feels down. As a wife, I should know what is in my husband’s mind and resist the urge to always tell him what he should and should not do, and do my best to encourage him.

Tip to solve arguments
There is no family that has never suffered arguments; however, we should know how to diminish the problems arguments cause. When an argument takes place, we have to give time to each other to calm down and think about the cause of the problem.

Tip to take care of your health when pregnant
When pregnant, we have to know how to avoid diseases, because they will affect both babies and mothers. Pregnant women should occasionally eat food with lots of calcium, take medicine the doctors give them, eat fish and avoid eating too much meat. In addition, they should avoid sex, getting angry and doing hard work.

Tip to plan a good family
All couple should have a plan immediately after they marry. This includes thinking about the number of children they want to have, saving money to buy a house, sharing responsibility for earning money. You should also plan to save some money for any emergency.

Tip to win the love of a mother-in-law
As a good daughter-in-law, I always help my mother-in-law with housework as much as I can because I think it can lessen her labours, even I am not free from work. Another important thing is to listen to her patiently. Last but not least, we have to try our best to fulfill her needs when she needs help.

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