I was at a friend's birthday yesterday and all one guy could go on about was how much under the thumb he was and how much bollocking he got from his wife all the time. Struck me as utterly miserable... poor bugger. Assuming his take was an accurate reflection he sounded like he'd be better off out
if you call your significant other....
All this not talking for xx amount of time is utterly pointless and downright bloody childish. She'd get told so in no uncertain terms too. It's pathetic.
Mind you, I am divorced now......
Try the 'Love it, change it, leave it' line.
She chose to be with you so she want you to be you. If she doesn't get that she is a thick pain in the arse and should shut the f!!k up!*
*only say this out loud when you are out of earshot and not being recorded. It won't help but might make you feel better
she sounds like a pain in the arse, but maybe she is genuinely upset..
Try to empathise, and work out exactly where the hurt is coming from, try to understand your mistake and her pain, so that you can build from there and avoid hurting her again in the future..
Perhaps you should consider demonstrating some insight, and try starting the peace talks with something like..
'truth hurts does it love..?'
FWIW I got a bit lost on the way home in my drunken state on friday (my birthday) and ended up round a mates drinking and talking crap 'til 8am.. I am firmly in the dog house for the forseeable future
Wouldn't expect the wife to go in a mood at all for that...........Wouldn't be with her if she did tbh....But then I've only been married 24 years.........
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