Have you ever ask ur spouse to change their habits?

In my marriage my husband is having anger issue. He is very gentle and kind, but when he comes back from office in the evening he is so angry that sometimes he scares me. I always tell him k this will affect ur health And he also tell me that he is trying to remove it. Are you ever facing the same issue as a bad habit of ur husband irritates you and you help them to change it.


 

Marriage is a relationship of adjustments, compromise and much more by both the husband and wife. Understanding each other's strengths and weaknesses is an aspect that comes with time. In the instant case, a husband returning home angry suggests that he is unhappy with some aspect of his work/working environment. He needs to confront the cause of this anger at the work place and not carry the baggage home. While it is easier said than done, efforts must be made towards this end. Meditation, execrcising are some ways of keeping calm. As young man, I would take out my anger/frustation in the squash court. A hard hitting game of squash would make me forget the cause of anger. While many would suggest the cliched "count till ten before speaking etc" I would suggest that your husband should control his reactions to any issue.Sleep over the cause of tension and then think rationally in a calm state of mind. Remember, any decision taken in anger, whether at the office or home, will be wrong.

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My husband used to smoke a lot. And that badly affected him. I wasn't much concerned about it before but he started having breathing troubles. He used to be chain smoker but after my concerns and little positive counseling, he has decreased it. It's very tough to bring it down to 0 from 10 cigarettes a day. So he smokes just one these days. And his health is much better now. I think in time he'll get over that one cigarette a day habit too. 

  • Ayushi
  • Posted: 21 Apr 2017
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Raksha Bharadia, why I say trying to change habits is a non productive excercise is because of the traditionally funny quote:

HABITS die hard.

The other reason is analysing the process of breaking up of:

H A B I T

1. If you remove 'H', A Bit Remains.

2. If you further remove 'A', Bit Remains.

3. Even after trying your best, you remove 'B', IT Remains.

Meaning, your efforts seem to be working in first two stages, but in the third attempt, the original problem resurfaces with a venangence.

 

 

 

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