Husbands! Stop doing these 5 things and save your marriage
Strengthen and save your marriage by breaking bad habits and learning better ones. These are five things your wife wishes you would stop doing.
There’s room for growth in every relationship, but sometimes it’s difficult to discern which areas need improvement. Here is a list of five things husbands should stop doing to strengthen their marriage and their family life:
1. Stop pretending like everything’s fine
When the crap hits the fan and it seems like nothing is going right, it might be easier to run away from the problem or pretend like it’s not there. But guys, this is no good.
The longer you put off a problem, the harder it will be to resolve them. Don’t let yourself go to bed angry. Be willing to talk things through and find a solution.
2. Stop putting yourself down
There is no such thing as a perfect husband or father. Insecurity and low self-esteem will only hurt you and your loved ones. Be confident in your abilities and your family will thank you for it.
Read on for 3 more ways to strengthen your marriage.
3. Stop putting others down
Words are powerful. Instead of criticizing your wife and your kids, build them up and cultivate a positive home environment. Take our word for it: you’ll notice how it makes a difference soon enough.
4. Stop taking things for granted
It’s a cliche, but counting your blessings really does improve your outlook. If you think about the many different things you are grateful for instead of dwelling on what you don’t have, you’ll be a happier man for it.
5. Stop dealing with problems alone. Ask for help
Men often feel the pressure of having to solve problems by themselves, which is unhealthy and even damaging. It’s alright to admit that you need help. It doesn’t make you less of a man.
We’d love to hear from you. Tell us what you like about our stories and what you don’t. Your feedback will help us serve you better. Take the survey now!
If you have any insights, questions or comments regarding the article, please share them in our Comment box below or check out theAsianparent Community for more insightful parenting news and tips. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Google+ and Twitter to stay up-to-date on the latest from theIndusparent.com!