By Anita Doberman: CNJ columnist
Y ou would think flirting would be something I gave more thought to in my single days, than my married ones. Not so.
While I’ve never been one to bat my eyelashes to get my way, I am now more aware of flirting than ever precisely because I’m
Now, I’m fortunate enough to trust my husband, and I know the feeling is mutual. But I have little interaction with adults these days, besides a McDonald’s drive through or a pediatrician, whereas my husband, like most working men, does all the time.