Football Widows – How to Handle the Season With Your Mate

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(KTVI) – Statically, more men watch football on t.v. than women. Angie Mock is one of the many exceptions.  But believe it or not, not all ladies like football. There are more football widows than football watchers.

Professional counselor Sara Hoffstot helps us tackle the problem.  She thinks football should be looked at as a positive for women.

1. find an activity for yourself and the kids
 put a bag of chips and a six-pack on the table next to the couch and go have dinner with your girlfriends.  

2.Saving the Furniture

One of the side effects of football season is SFD, or “Seasonal Furniture Damage”. SFD can cause embarrassment when company arrives. Temporarily replace the coffee table with a wooden crate. This may seem like a lot of

3. Football Season and the Art of Seduction

4.  First and foremost, put aside the sexy nightgowns and black lace teddies for a while. For now, your new seductive arsenal will consist of footballs jerseys, a cheerleader uniform, and a referee’s whistle.

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