"My husband wishes for a divorce"; that is a hard fact you have to accept regardless of whether you like it or not. Yet, it doesn't have to ended that way. Here's six questions you should consider to help you save your crumbling marriage.
Before the darkness of the night puts her into pensive mood, she looks at the ring around her finger. It was right there at the porch where he proposed to her. No, it wasnít like the movies. He brought nothing else to make the ambiance more romantic but still, she found it the sweetest thing he had done for her. But as she stares at the ring again, a teardrop falls onto her hand. Theyíve had big fights recently. Musing on his gestures, justifications and preferences, she concludes, "My husband wants a divorce."
Giving in to separation seems to be the easiest way out. But a wife who values the sacrament of matrimony will ask herself how she can satisfy her husband in different ways. In evaluating her role in their union, she must answer the questions stated below.
Do you thank him for addressing your familyís needs?
Menís role in our society centers on providing for their families. Centuries ago, they go hunting in the forest and bring food for their families. Presently, with our gender fair programs, it may not be as emphasized as before but still, they would like to attain that feeling of accomplishment and pride for attending to the needs of his loved ones.
Do you give him enough silence?
Women tend to talk much more than men. When they are strained, confused or contemplative, they need minutes to think by themselves. Though this makes them difficult to figure out, they consider the quiet time golden. If he doesnít feel like chatting, donít force him. Though he isnít verbally communicating, he is still thinking.
Do you directly say what you want?
Another difference between men and women is how they convey their message. The former are straightforward while the latter beat around the bush. This unlikeness causes serious arguments and worse, it makes some wives say, "My husband wants a divorce." Refrain from making long introductions or from letting him read between the lines always. Cut your introductions short and donít let him decipher your coded words. As much as you can, donít be ambiguous. You can still do it with tact.
Do you sometimes make the first move in lovemaking?
Letís face the fact that sex is important for men. Women who are boring in bed disappoint them. If you are too tired to make love, all you have to do is explain and be understood. Moreover, men donít want to be in the driving seat always. They want their partners to do their share of first moves as well. By the way, men love sexy underwear.
Do you let him hang out with his friends?
Like women, men need the company of friends. Talking about sports, cars, art and current events over some bottles of booze makes them realize there is a world outside their home. Donít get easily jealous with the time he spends with his friends. Otherwise, heíll think you want to control his life.
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