Added: Phyllis Hughs - Date: 24.11.2021 14:01 - Views: 23538 - Clicks: 2894
Of course, a companion post is warranted. Guys, we injure our wives. All of us do. We are different and the way we respond to our wife often causes injury. We should strive to learn our spouse and do better at understanding our differences, communicating better and injuring less. I wish I could say I never did any of these, but this would be a lie. This post is written with one finger pointed forward and four more pointed my way. She sees the marriage as a partnership — in every part of life — even the parts she may never fully understand.
She wants you to appreciate who she is, but you can admit it — she does a lot. And it hurts. She may even laugh.
But it is often building a wall of protection around her heart each time you do. She hears and feels deeper than you do. Words can and do hurt. My wife is much smarter than me. And, that hurts. Admires other women over her — She sees you looking. She may even understand your highly visual make-up. It hurts her, however, when a glance becomes a stare, especially when it happens everywhere you go — all the time.
Lots of places. She can bruise easily in some areas of her life — especially the places which involve the people she loves the most — like you. A husband who understands this is more careful in how he speaks and responds to her. Most husbands I know would never injure their wife knowingly.
They want to be her protector. I always like to use this thought as a reminder: Would I ever allow another man to speak to or treat my wife like I am doing? What other ways do husbands injure their wives, without even knowing it?
Note: I used this post in a message I preached on marriage. You can view it HERE. Also, I wrote a parenting version of this post about ways parents injure. Read it HERE. First Name required. required. He relies on his parents handouts. I work in a highly paid job, do all household chores, cook, clean and have raised 4 intelligent, kind and caring children in spite of him.
He lives his life through them and expects excellence…eldest is a barrister, next is psychotherapist, lawyer and youngest a doctor. Be strong for yourself and your children. The tide will turn. I feel sorry for him and the life he could have lived.
Your article is quite frankly demeaning towards men and assuming in general that women are always right to feel the way they do and men should be chastised for their wife's somehow justified "feelings" in any situation. How could you possibly know that? LOL a man would say that. The truth of the matter is men use and abuse women all the time, take them for granted and act like they have to do all sorts of things simply because they have a vagina which they did not ask for and do it with a smile. You need a reality check sir. Your response validated what I was saying. You assume men are paraphrasing… "using and abusing women all the time".
That goes both ways. I am the abused one in my family because I "as a man" am not allowed to hit a woman, much less my wife, even though she hits me frequently, yells at me allot for simple things like not putting the dishes for a family of 5 3 grand-kids that mostly live with us into the dishwasher right away, or not letting the dogs come inside as soon as I let them out for bathroom duties, or try to talk to my adult children when she doesn't know about it because she isn't in control of what I say then, she yells at me in front of my young grand-children belittling me so very often did that in front of our kids as wellshe is so controlling I am not allowed to even make my own doctor appointments because I might infringe on her plans when the grand-kids are at school, she insists on having complete control of the money we are retired and my retirement money is about one third of hers, she insists on controlling not just her money which is fine, but mine as well.
You have no idea how the other side of this he-said she-said issue goes. It is not always the woman who is abused and like I said originally, your article is "demeaning towards men and assuming in general that women are always right to feel the way they do". I call major bull shit on you for that!
I don't really know why I have stayed with her all this time 40 years other than the promise we made to each other when we got married and I think I would still have to deal with her if we divorced in order to ever see the grand-kids … she is not all bad and I still love that part of her, I know that, but at this point the returns do not justify the price being paid. Now as to the article he never once said this applies to all men.
Lack of communication will kill any relationship. Speaking from experience…. What needs to be understood is that just like women, there are things that hurt guys too. Both side are important and both need to be the time it takes to feel heard and respected. And more importantly, are you ready to acknowledge there are things YOU will never fully understand?
I want to use this opportunity to thank this great holy man called Great Mutaba for what he has done for me and my family. This great man has brought happiness and joy back again to me and my family. Great Mutaba has used his great power to help me bring back my husband within the period of 48 hours and also helped me in getting pregnant with his powerful prayers and after 7 days of applying his herbs.
Ron Edmondson is in touch with his emotional side, so much so that he wrote a one sided article. Why not include the other side, like how women hurt their men? This was the follow up. You should read the intro. He DID, Mark.
If you bothered to get you pighead out of your ass and READ the article, you would see that this is the companion post to the one that you demand. It happens all the time. Make sure you read the companion post to this one about how the husband injures the wife. My husband left me for his ex wife, This was just 2 years of our marriage. The most painful thing as that I was pregnant with our second baby.
I actually thought it was over that I lost it all. There are more than 7 ways a man hurts his wife without even knowing. I understand the article may be related to normal husbands and normal marriages, but what can a wife do with a husband that is emotionally unstable depression, mood swings, anxiety, fearful, argumentative? In addition, my husband is extremely demanding, and everything must be his way or no way at all.
Perhaps an article about mental instabilities, and what they do to relationships should be written, so husbands suffering from that but refusing to admit it can see how they are hurting their wives. My husbands weight has always been a problem, but lately it is worse. He recently spent a lot of money to lose eight.
I was very proud of him. He has gained it back tho, and Im concerned about it, because we had check ups, and his try glide ride level was ! That is very high. Lately he gets angry at a lot! I use to be a care free confident person. Now I am a shell, with no confidence at all. Afraid to say, literally anything to him, in fear he will get angry. Then when I do try and talk, he resorts to the behavior of a 10 yr old and literally repeats a phrase over and over. For example, your a nag, your a nag, your a nag!
What do I do? He thinks talking- trying to talk things out, make them better is arguing, and refuses to do it! Please God help me! Hi Joni, I am almost 67 years old. But I do. He tells me 23 y o Erie looking for my wifey to do everything. I am not stupid. I can cook, clean, wash clothes, etc. I have arthritis, a heart and lung condition. If I ask for help, he flies off the handle. Do it yourself. Then will go right back to cursing me even more. Married 8 of those years.
My 1st husband was violently abusive to me. Even when I was pregnant. We were married for 10 years until I had to divorce him or he would have harmed me and my children. But only married me to get out of her house. Go figure. He did some really bad things so after 13 years, I divorced him. The man I am currently talking about is 3 and the last. Never had it to spend. Trying to get by day by day. And I also praise their Glorious names.
I feel what you feel. Love, peace and praise. God Bless You Kathy. You ladies may be married to a verbal abuser just as I was for 29 long, painful and confusing years.23 y o Erie looking for my wifey
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