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?
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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.
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Are you caught in a marriage with a controlling spouse? Or, have you been accused of being controlling in your marriage? Living under the constant scrutiny of a controlling spouse is an exhausting exercise in futility. This person will never be satisfied, will never be wrong, always knows what’s best for you and feels the need to make sure you know that fact as well. Not only that, but the need to control every aspect of your own life as well the life and actions of your spouse and children be exhausting. There’s never a break. But we can help. Click here to read this article.
Question: Sometimes my husband tries to tell me how to do stuff and this really gets on my nerves; how can I tell him? Though it may appear minor, this indicates a possible major flaw in your relationship that can lead to extreme trouble.