An ultimatum says that a specific thing needs to stop or occur in a certain time frame. Is there a place for ultimatums in relationships? Can they be a helpful tool, or are they just another type of control?
Being controlled by anyone is terrible, but it's especially painful when the person controlling you is the person who should be the most accepting of you. So what do you do if you're married to a controlling wife?
Have you ever, in a relationship, started to doubt your own mind? Has your spouse made you question your reality? If so, you may have experienced gaslighting in a relationship.
If you have a dominating and controlling husband, and you’re trying to find your independence and to feel valued for who you are as a person, then this article is for you.
Recently, I interacted with a couple... The wife had a very strong personality and the husband was more laid back. Now that doesn't make her better than him or him worse than her, that's not what we're talking about here. It's just very different temperaments, very different ways of approaching life.
Sometimes my husband tries to tell me how to do stuff and this really gets on my nerves; how can I tell him?
Control is a problem in everyone’s life to some extent. [...]
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