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Do you need nagging to get things done?

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Yes. I absolutely do. It's a huge character flaw and I am aware of it. And aware of how crazy it makes you. I am a procrastinator. Through and through. However, I'm working on it and I'm sorry. I love you.

Sometimes! I'm a serious procrastinator!

Admittedly, sometimes yes…

Obviously! So does he!


No, we don't nag on each other it is just open communication on what each other's expectations are. Nagging implies there is something wrong or isn't being done right. Just kindly express what you want to get the desired reaction.

Yes on some things. But maybe not nagging, just motivation or reminded I need to do whatever it is.

Folding and putting away laundry, organizing mail and paperwork, mopping the floor, yard work.

Unfortunately yes sometimes. But my better half has never nagged me about anything. She gives gentle reminders which I like MUCH better.


Not anymore

Sometimes, yes.


Sometimes, but it's not "nagging." If I would do what I'm supposed to, then she wouldn't have to say anything.

It's just reminding each other now because of the way it's done
Thanks babe! I love you.
Female, 36-40 years, Married | Aug 23, 2015

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