As married twice, I know two women intimately, inside out; after spending years together, I come to an conclusion that there is no change in any women.
They think, whatever they do is right, others (Husband) is always wrong and he should not tell them, that they are wrong. Even they force him admit they are right in front of others.
They think, Husband struggle to ends meet and pay all bills to keep family happy is his responsibility only.
For her, her family is only Family, Husband Family is strangers. He should not give anything, go to them or even talk to them.
They know very well tricks of the trade to blackmail husband. They will not cook, serve the food or do cleaning; Sex is the tool of bargain.
They use kids to meet their demand.
Other tricks are packing bags and acting like leaving, or calling mother or sister and telling she cannot stand anymore and cry loudly so neighbors can hear.
Telling, she will commit suicide is another trick of the trade.
Their mood swings at any time.
Their past with other men is exchange of happiness and sharing love and husband should be proud of her. If he tells, anything he is narrow minded.
Their work within four walls is Work, but husband struggle with outside world and strangers is not work at all, they think husband is going for picnic.
They think husband has to call them and ask, how they are feeling, but they call only when money is not reaching at the end of the month.
They portrait them self in front of the kids, that she only brought them to this world and raised them.
Husband should not question their past nor present, they think they do right thing only.
Husband Mother/Sisters are biggest villain of her life; she is offended by their every word and move, good or bad.
These are my views and experience, and I seen majority men face same issues.
Feminists and some Henpecked men don’t agree with my views, they blame me saying both women can’t be wrong, instead they say, i have to admit its my fault.
off course i admit, its my fault; only mistake i done is i don’t dance to their tune.