...I know these people are highly trained individuals, and I don't mean to be flip, but the idea of a job where you basically just nod, smile, then swivel your head and say "And how do you feel about that D/S?" sounds great to me.
Although the neck swivelling - there must be a genuine risk of RSI with all that going on.
Maybe I mean to be a little bit flip.
Please don't take any notice, I'm just grumpy. I had to sit through a five hour meeting today and have lost the will to live a little bit. So, couples therapy. First observation: they don't let you sit close to each other. We've been in two different rooms now and in both cases there was a whacking great table separating the chairs they allowed us to sit in. And tissues. Always boxes of tissues within easy reach. Which is good because I cry a lot. I'm a crier. I cry when I'm sad, when I'm happy, when I'm angry, when I'm tired - it's my default emotional reaction. I worry about my hydration levels, I really do.
But we came away with some things to work on, which is good. One of my goals is to wholeheartedly commit to a healthier lifestyle - for the sake of my physical and mental health and one of D's is to support me in that. It's not that he hasn't been supportive in the past, you understand, but we both have a habit of leading each other astray on occasion...Also, I respond well to pats on the head and bribery both of which he has promised to deliver. Pats on the head in the comment section will also be gratefully received.