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I was talking to a man the other day. Not severely. He will survive. Right now. But he is injured. It happens all the time. Make sure you read the companion post to this one about how the husband injures the wife.
Marriages are made of two very different, imperfect people. Plus, we often injure most those we love the most.
My friend is newly married. He even recognizes his reaction as a defense mechanism. Rather than start a fight, he withdraws. I was proud of him for being humble enough to ask if this was normal in a marriage. I should be clear. This is not a counseling blog. And this couple needs counseling. Even though I have a degree in counseling, this is simply a blog where I want to help people. Those issues impact us all — and our leadership.
Which led me to this post — addressing the ways wives injure their husbands — without even knowing it. I realize this works both ways. As a man, I feel most prepared to address this side of the issue. As I said, read the companion post. Put him down in front of other people — Most men will not counter this type of humiliation in public — if ever. They will simply take it — and hurt. Go behind him and correct him when he tries to do something at home — When you always show him how much better you can do things than he can do them, his ego is injured.
And again — never accomplishes what you think it will. In fact, it injures him with the opposite result. And he carries the pain. He wants to be a provider. Every man does. Refuse to appreciate the things he feels he does well. It could be work, a hobby or a trait, but a man feels part of his identity in the things he does. We can be fragile people. Some more than others. And some seasons more than others. Understanding these issues and addressing them — with a third party if necessary — build healthier, stronger and happier people and marriages.
I understand some women, especially the equally or more wounded women, are going to take offense to this post. I get that. As I said, I aim to help. If you are guilty of any of these, the response is up to you. If not, well, thanks for reading to this point in the post anyway. For a similar post. 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. Today I took my wife out for our wedding anniversary. I sacrificed this past weekend, as I do most weekends, helping her. If between helping her and my 11 hour workdays I did have the time to get her flowers they would have been the wrong type or color. Getting married was the biggest mistake I ever made. But if I reminder her the Bible says to honor and respect your husband she would laugh like a hyena. Yea, I had one of those too! First Men: Stop acting like pigs in front of other men by saying degrading things about your wife.
How would you feel if your wife did the same to you. You would be furious, right? A real man has no need to show how manly he is by shaming others. Men try to bathe and shave more than once a week.
Men stay true to your wife and leave the sows that sleep with any one who wears pants, to the n the men with the morals of alley Cats, they deserve each other. Men get rid of that Macho, men are better than women, God didn't once say men are better than women, men and women have different rollsbut one is not better than other.
These men who puff up their chests like a bull frog and shout they are the boss, make me laugh. If they really were the boss there would be no need to tell everyone what a big Man they are. OK Women now it's your time: Stop lying around bed until noon, get up clean the house, do the laundry, clean, cook and put the Dog and cat out to poop and pee ,cat pee is the most nasty smell of all, don't you have any pride in your home?
Try to bath and shampoo your hair at least 3 times a week, and fir the love of Pete run a comb and brush through it at least 2 times a day. Men and women, if you both work, the house work should be shared by both of you. Try giving the upmost respect to each other, and see what a little kindness will do. Man your article hits home. Her laundry, some dishes, a pile of books that she has been trying to sell for a year, and her damn phone. But god forbid she wiped the counter off once a week ago… She is completely incapable of looking around and realizing what needs to be done.
I literally have to ask her to vacuum a bit. Feels good to vent a bit. Cheers men!
My wife and I are also newly weds. We are approaching 2 years of marriage. It seems like everything changed when we got married. She says its because I smoke but that never seemed to be a problem when we were dating. Craig The truth is that, husbands change too. Husbands change their already boring, " hump two three" lovemaking and expect wives to enjoy and want sex with you all?? Really guys??? Sex is not as enjoyable for women as it is for men. That's the truth. So if the love making techniques, include a quick,no caressing and the one two hump, and you go to sleep, without so much as a " I luv you", or a pat on the butt, or anything, the what do you expect.
There's nothing cute about you. Women just won't tell their husbands the truth, because as you see by the men's responses here, men are so sensitive, so illogical, selfish, egotistical, and are clueless about the fact that a marriage relationship is a two way street. By the way men, it is not just the woman who changes after marriage. Husbands change too. Wives get as bored with you husbands as you husbands get bored with your wives.
You all age, get ugly, crepe skinned, impotent, and out of shape too. Men just whine, whine whine, because men expect their wives to not speak, have an opinion. I am guessing that you have had some very hurtful experiences in your relationships with men. If so, I am truly sorry. But I want you to know that you are writing with sweeping generalizations that aren't true of many, many wives.
You're right, marriage is a two-way street. And often we need to take the initiative to be intentional about healing our own hurts and showing respect to our partners in order to see a good return.Omg i need a slender wife sane and clean
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7 Ways a Wife Injures a Husband – Without Even Knowing It