While it’s important to remember that we are all unique individuals, with our own quirks and qualities, our own good and bad habits, and our own unique experiences, we can also accept the fact that some behaviors and problems are particularly common among genders. Men tend to have one set of habits and hang ups, and women tend to have another. Today, we’re looking at a few of the habits that plenty of married women fall into, and exploring how they chip away at the strength of the marriage – sometimes without either person noticing until it’s too late.
Kids Above Everything Else
Fighting The Wrong Way
- Learn communication skills designed specifically to talk with men and spend more time doing fun activities.
- Take the time to know what’s important to your husband and let him know what’s important to you.
- Focus on knowing your own worth — understand what’s important to you in a relationship, and learn how to ask for it.
“Friends are often more upset when they think their bestie is being mistreated than when they’re experiencing the same mistreatment themselves.”