Things not to share with husband
Do you fake an orgasm when you actually didn\'t? Or find faults with the your husband\'s way of handling the kids, or pester him to find a new job? You may not realize it, but by saying so, you are making irreparable damages to your relationship.
Do you fake an orgasm when you actually didn't? Or find faults with the your husband's way of handling the kids, or pester him to find a new job? You may not realize it, but by saying so, you are making irreparable damages to your relationship.
Following is a list of nine statements compiled by Judy Ford, psychotherapist and author of 'Every Day Love' that you should never utter to your significant other, reports the Mother Nature Network.
First comes: "Yes, I had an orgasm."
Another statement that is a strict no-no is "You're just like your father." It's nasty and belittling, says Ford.
The third forbidden statement is actually very common: "When are you going to find a new job?"
The fourth hurtful statement is: "My mother warned me you'd do this!"
The fifth line, which is never a good idea to say, is "Just leave it — I'll do it myself!" Just because he's doing something differently than you would doesn't mean that he's doing it wrong.
The sixth statement, which can be heart breaking, is "You always... [fill in the blank]" or "You never... [fill in the blank]"
Then seventh statement that can be a serious blow is "Do you really think those pants are flattering?"
Saying so, you're insulting his looks without showing any genuine concern for his health, according to Ford.
Then eighth harsh statement is "Ugh, we're hanging out with him again?, which is an insult to your man's choice of friends.
The last but not the least is "Please watch the kids. But don't do this, take them here or forget that..." Let Dad-be-dad.