When his own marriage nearly broke up, Harry Benson decided to take responsibility for his wife's happiness - loving her, caring for her and understanding her. Putting himself and his work second, he put his wife first - and their marriage flourished. Now the head of the Marriage Foundation, he has discovered that research supports his decision - and that happy women make for happy children and happy husbands. 'The success of a marriage' he says 'depends primarily on a husband's ability to make his wife feel valued - and as more than just a mother. It may take two to tango: it requires one person to take responsibility. This is not about being a doormat. Nor is it about work and parenting roles... it is about human nature. A wife who knows she is loved and cherished cannot help but reflect love back on her husband.'