I am a mother of 3boys altogether 2bio and 1 step-son. My huband n i have been married for 6 years this July. Recently i have noticed behvior from my DH that concerns me. I enjoy every part about being a woman and making sure i look my best no matter where i am is a must.. to look good for him and myself. Well ive noticed comments he's been saying like why do you have to look your best no matter what or your just going to w-mart why do you have to put on make up? I have been expressing to him for years that he needed to show more affection btw and now all of a sudden he's kinda doing it but more like he's thinking that im going to leave him......i just want you happy and you dont seem to be happy! Well he got mad last night and its not the first time this has happened and punched a hole in the wall of our house. I told him he really needed to consider anger management..i am starting to get a lil scared...advice needed!Answer Question
Answer by AuroraMoon at 9:23 AM on Aug. 2, 2010
well, first off, lots of men find it weird when women ALWAYS dress to impress especially when they are just going to walmart. My husband always tells me "you don't need makeup, you are beautiful without it" He always finds it weird when women over dress themselves. But, he is the type that likes natural, confident women. Women who feel the need to put makeup on all the time, even for petty things, come off as insecure. They think they need makeup to look their best, which comes from insecurity & insecurities are NEVER attractive, even though every human has them. I guess some more than others. I agree with your DH about the makeup.
A hole in the wall does not necessarily mean anger management. My DH has done this too, guys are just more aggressive than women. At least he hit the wall. My grandma always used to say "you can hit the wall, but you can't hit a woman". What was he so angry about anyway?
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