Imagine watching your husband help your son process his emotions after he fell and skinned his knee. Or walking into the bedroom to the piles of clean clothes already folded on the bed and you getting to climb into the tub for a hot bath while he puts them away. For one of my clients, this method meant her husband started actually spending more time at home instead of away at work all week. These are the kinds of results that happen with the husband you already have when you communicate in a way he'll listen to.
No more getting defensive, taking everything as criticism, jumping to conclusions, or fights over your different views on parenting. Take your communication with your husband from a dead-end street to knowing that you've shared your message in a way that will make sure you can
depend on him to take it seriously.