Successful marriage comes not from big things such as love, responsibility, gratefulness, and dependability. It comes from the absence of little things that contradict, weaken, or destroy bonded emotions and disparage character traits.
· Nagging destroys her likeability.
· Laziness weakens her appeal.
· Careless, sloppy, or no grooming distorts her attractiveness.
· Ingratitude for him spoils her as needful of him.
· Irresponsible spending highlights her selfishness.
· Instant gratification show lack of intelligence or will power.
· Withholding sex when not sick makes husband think of other women.
· Manipulation displays lack of respect for him, especially when she uses sex to do it.
· Demeaning him kills his respect for her, when his love is based on respect for her, but her love for him is not.
· Lowering her standards weakens his respect.
· Lack of her self-respect invites his greater dominance with less respect and love.
Changing herself—especially becoming a different person soon after marriage—convinces husband that he married the wrong woman. He expects precisely the person he married only better.
[Nine other posts about female malpractice are listed in the Content page at the top.]