Oh, I am so excited for this new column. Some of you know her from the show. I have enjoyed her posts so much, I talked her into writing an advice column here at The Libertarian. If you would like to get advice from Jerri, on anything: love, sex – keep it PG – to relationships, please leave a comment at the bottom of the post and be sure to start it with [Dear Jeri].
And now, without further waste of anyone’s time… let’s get to it. Ladies and gentlemen. from future cast media, Ask Jeri.
Our first question comes from Carol G. from Scranton, Pa. A husband and wife not connecting. Different politics. Beliefs. Or, maybe something worse. Let’s Ask Jeri,
Dear Jeri, My husband does not believe some of the things I do about politics and good and evil. I gravitate to those who believe the same as I do. I love my husband. He is kind, loving, and takes care of me, But I feel so alone. I want to make this work. How can I connect with him? Thank you, Jeri. Carol G. from Scranton, Pa.
First of all your love will carry you through. Above all things, remember that. I’d suggest listening to the reasons why he doesn’t share your opinion and ask questions in a calm civil manner (possibly over a glass of wine, relaxing).
I think you’ll have a better understanding once you see and hear his side of the story. As he hears you, he may go on to ponder how passionate your thoughts are on this matter. And most importantly, respect his thoughts and opinions even if you don’t agree, as you want him to respect yours.
Till Next Time. Love that man.
Write to Jeri, ask her anything, and maybe we’ll use your question. Ask Jeri is an advice column. She can be found on facebook at. CLICK HERE.
Until next time. You might want to Ask Jeri first.