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I am not sure if this is s man thing but my husband tends to use the least amount of words possible during conversation. I find he assumes too much and doesn’t explain things in detail, which leaves me confused. One example of this happened today when at the dinner table he turned to me and asked me if he should save the seeds. I turned to him confused and had no clue what he was talking about. Apparently, he was thinking about the zucchini he had picked the day before which he was planning on baking zucchini bread with today. He never told me he was baking this bread today, nor were we talking about the zucchini at the moment. This happens all the time and I tend to feel guilty as I feel like I am not listening to him, when in turn he is not explaining things completely to me.
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