HIM: He's Incredibly Maddening but He Is Mine (Paperback)
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When does it happen? When do some men shift gears from cool and exciting to . . . well . . . grumpy, crotchety and irksome? Somewhere along the line, these fun-loving, amorous, adventurous men grow increasingly introverted, doggedly set in their ways, staunchly resistant to fashion trends and stubbornly content with how things have always been and therefore, how they should always be.
HIM is a light-hearted dissertation supporting the hypothesis that curmudgeons are extremely complex. They are difficult and challenging but also remarkably generous and selfless. Curmudgeons present a gruff exterior, as evidenced throughout this research project, but the final analyses are surprising. The vast array of traits clearly demonstrate that curmudgeons thoroughly frustrate those around them, but at long last, they ultimately combine to create the wonderful, intricate mosaics that define them as curmudgeons.
Nearly everyone can name at least one curmudgeon whom they know personally. Perhaps he’s a husband, a neighbor, a father, a brother, an uncle, an in-law, a boss, or a co-worker. Curmudgeons are not indigenous to one culture. They are not singular to one race, religion or socio-economic group. They live in every town, city, county, state, country and continent. Indeed, they are everywhere! You may even identify with some of the curmudgeons within these pages! Take a look and . . . enjoy!