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BGC Podcast: How Not To Be A Tacky Spouse


I have never been married. However, I have come across more than a few tacky spouses during my time here on earth. I believe that most tacky spouses are good-hearted people whom are a little clueless about the etiquette with regard to navigating the world as a spouse.
Now, I realize that this podcast could also help those whom are in long-term partnerships and co-parenting situations.
Below are some suggestions for not  being a tacky spouse:

1. Your world with your spouse/SO is your own eco-system.
2. Your spouse might be exaggerating his/her complaints about their family.
3. Watch your mouth and your actions.
4. Family isn't just about your family.
5.Don't get caught up with keepin' up with the Jones'.
6.Don't take your marital problems out on other people.

Listen to the podcast here:  How Not To Be A Tacky Spouse


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