We're just going to come out and say it: Wanting to throttle your husband from time to time is perfectly normal. But if you're constantly coming up against the same problem - and experts say most couples do - then you'll have to get to the root of the conflict if you want to move forward as a happier, healthier, more connected couple. No relationship is invincible to these cycles, but they can corrode perfectly loving bonds over time - especially if you think your conflict is really about chores, or hygiene, or dirty socks on the bedroom floor. It's not. To prove it, we asked 12 real couples to spill their biggest relationship issues and then we had experts explain what's really going on. Here, a little real talk and a lot of relationship repair.
"We're just going to come out and say it: Wanting to throttle your husband from time to time is perfectly normal".
Now how many people would be in an uproar if it were the other way around "We're just going to come out and say it: Wanting to throttle your wife from time to time is perfectly normal"!
There is nothing funny about domestic violence, against either sex, so please MSN knock it off.
Domestic abuse directed towards husbands by their wives, is almost as common as D.A. from men towards wives. In Victoria B.C. there are more women who beat their husbands, than Men who beat their wives.
Burping is perfectly acceptable if he says excuse me after. Clearing your throat is something that people need to do once in a while. As for farting, if he does it a lot around you well, that's what you get for marrying a ****. Perhaps men would be more sensitive to women if they felt their needs and feellings were addressed as well. Like if articles such as this weren't written in such a one-sided way.
I believe I can sum this article up in a very concise way.
I reason why your relationship is in trouble
It's with a man
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