>But this is the wrong way to do it. If you are a wife or a boss, a girlfriend or a co-worker, reminding someone is an act of kindness, not one of anger.

I know with me I am not intentionally forgetting something when I can’t remember. I am not testing someone, I am not out to annoy someone. I am simply not remembering.

What I need, and I suspect most men need, is to be reminded in a simple, non-judgmental and neutral way, what it is I might be forgetting. That might be an appointment, or a thank you card I am suppose to write, or a home improvement project I let slide.

Nobody needs to be harangued and nagged about stuff. They need a partner or partners to help them acheive what the need and want to acheive (or to just find the car keys).

Is this only true about men? No, of course not. It really doesn’t matter the gender, the attitude of care and help is what matters.

Drawing and commentary by Marty Coleman of The Napkin Dad Daily

Quote by Samuel Johnson, 1709-1784, English author

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