by Bob Moeller
“Steve, speak up. You always sit there and let everyone else do the talking.” “Jan, did you mail the mortgage payment? We’ll pay a huge penalty if it’s even one day past due. Turn off your Walkman, Jan. I’m trying to talk to you.”
Sound familiar? We’re all tempted to nag now and then. I’ve been known to follow my wife around the house demanding that she remember the amount of a missing check or a recent cash withdrawal. I figure if I just repeat the question enough she’ll remember. (I’ve also been known to discover that I wrote the missing check.)
There are two big nagging myths to debunk. First, that nagging is a feminine fault. Both men and women engage in this annoying practice.
Learn how to kick the nagging habit at: Today’s Christian Woman