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At this point, I don't feel like we are a match and, yet, we used to work passed that stuff. Or maybe he just tolerated it for so long.MBTI ISFJ Dating and Intimacy
It's hard with him. I always get his juice. I get his account out of negative. I offer him candy. I look at the details and he wants me to see the big picture.
I feel like he's trying to change me into him and I'm just not going to be him. He sees it as nothing but negative though.
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I honestly feel he's just trying to get rid of me so he can find someone who's a better fit. But he wants me to be the first to go so he can say he kept his vows.
Because my husband tells me to be truthful with him because, well, I'm usually not. So when he made me pizza and I was like, "I don't like this pizza" he got all annoyed and said, "Don't tell me you don't like the pizza.
Tell me you appreciate the gesture of me making the pizza.
As you can see, I'm frustrated right now. You sound like a horrible person to be around. You cheat on him and then you still feel like you deserve some respect. Even your personality sounds bland and boring.
He's tolerated you up to this point, yet you continue whining. You can't see things for what they truly are.
He wants to be with YOU, you only want to watch a movie You should do him a favor, and just leave. You aren't helping him grow, and that's what he respects the most. You are bland, no adventure, boring, emotional, and a dumb smart ass.
He tells you to tell him the truth, so that pizza thing, tell him in the beginning what you want more, what you like, what you are craving, instead of waiting until he makes it for your dumbass, and then tell him you don't like pizza.
I bet you he worked hard to make a good pizza, so it was in his act to create something for you that was unique. You basically dismissed his entire attempt.
Basically, I have never felt better understood or more loved in the entirety of my existence than the few years we have been together. It took me just a few short months when we dated to better understand his sense of humor and the things he liked.
I have to admit, that I found him incredibly boring and simple when I first met him, which was arrogant and judgmental of me to assume. Complexity does not determine a person's value or intelligence. I find that my husband's strengths are also many of my weaknesses, and I admire him for so many of his redeeming qualities. I found that our early relationship, he tried to understand me he often said that trying to get to know me was like trying to run up and down the stairs of a building to find out what level I was onand I tried to learn about him, and match myself to suit what he needed which of course I thoroughly enjoyed, he needs plenty of encouragement, praise, and affirmation.
Our married life consists of us both striving to do what the other likes.
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We both feel that we have truly grasped what makes the other feel loved. I appreciate that my husband is deeply concerned for my emotions and well-being he is a medical student now, so he is always preoccupied studying my health and he appreciates that I try hard to keep him happy, I am currently learning to cook to help him through med school, and do all the cleaning, as well as give him time to study and verbal support to get him through school.
If everything is well in life, we don't bicker and normally don't fight. If we do argue, it is usually short lived and because one of us snapped at the other, and we are quick to apologize.
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I find that my husband's gentleness, deep compassion, and dedication makes him such a wonderful partner. The only characteristics that I find challenging yet endearing are that he is NOT wired to interpret auditory input, he can be a great listener when emotions are involved, but he is more of a kinesthetic learner.
Speaking directly to him and making eye contact, I can ask him what he wants for dinner and he won't hear me.