Husband tells wife 

Darling,

How greatly you have changed!

 I don’t like it when you are too nagging. 

I don’t like it when you keep blaming me even for things I have not done. I feel frustrated when you see only the negative side of me. I get very angry when you talk disrespectfully to me. 

You were such a sweet person when we got married. What has changed you? Our marriage will hit the rocks if we continue as we are doing. Stop being too suspicious. Let’s remain loving husband and wife.

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7 thoughts on “Husband tells wife 

  1. The wife isn’t the only one who has changed. She isn’t the only one that didn’t remain 17. Some men forget that they are not the same as they once were either. Life and circumstance and actions of other people change people, for better or worse. We need to always do our best to be guilty of causing good changes and not bad ones.

    A loving husband (or wife) doesn’t threaten the other one with leaving, especially not if what they want is trust instead of suspicion. Insecurity is a big factor in the above marriage, it seems.

    This was very interesting. Have a blessed day. 🙂

    • Thank you got your input. You sound so knowledgeable on marriage that I will not hesitate to ask for more from you. Why do many couples quarrel about money?Can you advice on how money should be handled in marriage so that it doesn’t tear the marriage apart

      • They quarrel because they have different money goals, different ideas about how the money should be spent. They haven’t really sat down and discussed their goals or how to prioritize spending. The first line of defense is communication and this goes for everything involved in a marriage. Ideally, money goals and ideas are discussed before the marriage. My husband wrote a post about this. You can read it here.

        We’ve been married for almost 33 years. We’ve had our struggles, many of them, on many fronts. First and foremost, a couple must be determined to ride out the storms that come along together, not running to divorce court at the first sign of trouble. It takes commitment and, sometimes, a whole lot of stubbornness, which we both have. 🙂

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