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One thing to remember when you're trying to lessen your nagging is to surrender your control.
If they do, nagging can be horrendous, counter-productive and amount to little more than verbal castration and emasculation.
Our study indicates that manipulative nagging and overall nagging increased with age," said Holly Henry, MHS, lead author of the study and a PhD candidate with the Bloomberg School's Department of Health, Behavior and Society.
Does Mrs David "Posh" Beckham employ someone to do her nagging for her by text message?
Firstborn always claims to be on top of his homework and can see no reason at all why I keep nagging him.
Francisco Rodriguez (hamstring), Justin Speier (sore legs) and Scot Shields (shin) will not pitch in games until the weekend at the earliest as they try to overcome nagging injuries.
However, his nagging irritated and humiliated the citizenry to the point that they put him to death.
With the renewal of their love affair, Oufoula is ultimately forced to choose between his two loves, and to do so he must answer the nagging question: at what price passion?
All but the youngest practitioners of this youth-oriented discipline grapple with this nagging question.
Also bestowing her with clippings and advice on the effects of diet and exercise on breast health, "Cathy" surprises her mother by using the very techniques her mother has often used with her -- nagging, guilt, "the look" -- to show her concern.
However, screaming banshee nagging definitely isn't effective and only happens when sheer frustration has overcome tactical thinking.
KILLERS should lose the right to blame their partner's incessant nagging for driving them to violence, MPs have claimed.