Relationship Issues and Football
Could it be that football heads your list ofrelationship issues? Maybe it's even gotten all the wayto the relationship problems phase. Perhaps you've said,a time or two and with passion: "I hate football!!!"
Well, we heard you . . . or at least, we heard some folks we know who thought they had become football widows, too.
In fact, if you click on the screaming lady below, you mightrecognize someone. Like maybe yourself!
That's right: we wrote a book about it,
Football is for Lovers.
And yes: we do believe it is. Which is why we've expandedour message into this website.
We've always thought it sad when we hear people (mostly women) say, "I hate football," when the truth is, they usually know so littleabout it, they couldn't possibly hate the game.
More often, it's not about football: it's about relationshipissues. It's about feeling ignored and left out during whatseems like an endless schedule of football games, running from Augustpre-season through the February Super Bowl.
We all know that sharing strengthens relationships. Yet we may not think that something as frivolous as football counts.
Why not? If there's such a simple solution to relationshipissues, why not at least give it a try?
Should your Dearly Beloved pay more attention to you? Should hegive up a football game or two during that everlasting footballseason?
But as a dear friend of ours once said, "Being right is not themost important thing." And it can be pretty cold comfort.
Besides which, we're talking about what you can do aboutyour relationship issues. The ball, as they say, is in your court. And really: don't you like it better that way?
We know we do!
Football is a passionate game. You can see that by thecheering fans on any given Sunday. Or Thursday night. Or whenever.
And if your Dearly Beloved is one of those passionate fans,you're halfway there.
As for your half . . . why not start thinking about football as sort of like that ugly mutt your guy brought home. Getto know the puppy, and maybe you can learn to love him, too.
Which is why we're here for you with not only a guide to
but also a
that you probably neverassociated with football. Until now.
Of course, since you have to know 'em to love 'em, you might wantto take a minute or two to hop back
from relationship issues to those football basics.
But don't worry! Once you've done your homework, there'll be plenty of time - and tips! - for