Groomology: What Every (Smart) Groom Needs to Know Before the Wedding
by Michael Essany
The ring’s on her finger, her to-do list is growing, and her mood is frantic. What’s a groom to do? Let Groomology show him how becoming a partner in the wedding process can make the whole event more enjoyable, meaningful, and memorable. Time and time again, soon-to-be husbands only tackle what the bride-to-be has told them to do. Groomology outlines these traditional groom duties, but goes a step further to instruct grooms in the art of getting involved. It’s a great read!
Grooms will learn the best strategies for a happy bride, including:
Being sensitive to the bride’s needs and worries.
Understanding how much work goes into it all.
Giving an opinion.
The benefit of venting.
Taking over tasks the bride doesn’t want to do.
Reducing her stress.
Letting go of an opinion.
The one thing he needs to do.
When doing more is less.
Compiled by R. Legault.
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