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Only two things are necessary to keep ones wife happy. One is to let her think she is having her own way, and the other
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"Only two things are necessary to keep one's wife happy. One is to let her think she is having her own way, and the other is to let her have it"

- Lyndon B. Johnson

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This quote by Lyndon B. Johnson is a funny take on the complexities of marriage. He suggests that the trick to an effective marital relationship is to let your spouse assume she is having her very own way, while likewise really allowing her have it. This implies that it is necessary to be able to endanger and to be going to succumb to your partner's desires. It also suggests that it is essential to be able to read your partner's requirements and also to be able to give them what they desire without them having to ask for it. This quote is a suggestion that marital relationship is a two-way road which both companions need to be happy to make sacrifices in order to make it function.

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Lyndon B. Johnson This quote is written / told by Lyndon B. Johnson between August 27, 1908 and January 22, 1973. He was a famous President from USA. The author also have 69 other quotes.

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