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(Photo by Ricky Carioti/The Washington Post) “Pssst!” With that one syllable, Dave Hamrick can tell how his wife is feeling.“Sometimes I feel like she’s sad and there’s only so much I can do,” Hamrick says.“And other times I feel like I should be picking up on her non-verbal signals, and I can’t always accurately decode them.
Like many couples who have been together for a while, Hamrick and Lindsey Nebeker have, over the years, figured out how to best communicate with each other and coexist in the same space.
Most of the time, this blend of shared and private spaces works well.
But it can get lonely, Nebeker admits, saying she needs to be reminded to seek out companionship and affection from her husband.
It might be a confident “pssst” if she’s happy; a quiet, deflated one if she’s feeling sad.
“An enthusiastic one would be like pssssssssssssssssssssssssssssst,” he demonstrates, in a psst that lasts several seconds.