Master Don Juan
- Jun 16, 2017
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I agree she should be part of fixing the issues because stepping out of a marriage to have unmet needs met is a recipe for disaster.Look, perhaps offhand was the wrong word but if all it takes for a woman to dry up for a man is for him to say one wrong thing, any man may as well never get into any sort of serious relationship. If I held every stupid thing my wife has said against her, I'd already be divorced. She says something stupid, I try to move on with my life and my day. I say something stupid to her and now it is entered in the holy book of our marriage. Sounds an awful lot to me like most women are children who hold grudges and look for axes to grind in a relationship. If a woman is waiting for me to say something stupid to give some sort of justification for being an arrogant, entitled, self serving child, then don't go anywhere because it won't take long. However, funny thing is, women want a pass when they say something stupid. Seems like a pattern of misbehaving and general bad behavior to me.
Sure, communication can always be better but no one forced her to marry him as well. She wants to leave the kids and money behind, sure, walk but if not, she'd better dam well be a part of fixing the issues they have rather than withdrawing, that's p*ss poor behavior.
And it’s not that he said the wrong thing, more so what he said specifically. It’s the same as a woman saying something that emasculates her husband. If your wife ever said anything that made you feel less of a man, I’m sure it didn’t make you want to have sex with her.
It’s like taking someone’s femininity or masculinity away. Two things a husband or wife should never do.
But it takes two to ruin a marriage, and she’s not helping the matter but not wanting to try.