I've mentioned we need counseling, he wants o part of it and my guess is because he would have to listen to a third party tell him his part in the damage to our marriage, or he's afraid he'll actually have to listen to someone else talk for a change.
I'm not perfect, I'll gladly accept and admit that. I know my part in any argument, and I apologize when I'm allowed to, but he's never once told me he is sorry for anything he has done and quite honestly, I don't believe he is. Judging by his actions, or inaction, he has me quite convinced he's satisfied with how he treats me.View Thread
Every time I try to tell my husband what's bothering me, he never wants to accept his part in it. He always fires right back with "You did 'x' to me" It's almost like he never hears a word I say. I'd give anything to have a loving, solid friendship and marriage with him, but more frequently I am coming to the conclusion he doesn't feel the same. He acts embarrassed of me, talks down to me and lashes out at my every small mistake. He has even hidden me from his friends on facebook, and recently slipped up and mentioned that his co-workers had brought their wives along for their company trip. Previously he had made a huge issue of telling me there were no wives allowed. I'm at a loss and don't know what else to do. Talking to him does no good.View Thread
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