Gaining weight after you get married is normal for many women. The wedding is over, you don't have to worry about fitting into your dress or feeling fat on your honeymoon. In fact, marriage weight gain is inevitable for some wives!
You feel sorry for your husband and you feel guilty, so you're staying in an unhappy, unfulfilling marriage. You have good reasons for not wanting to leave: your husband isn't physically well, or perhaps unable to support himself. You don't want to break your marriage vows.
It's normal to wish you were married because our society cherishes and celebrates couples. What do you do when you hear about a 50th or 75th wedding anniversary? Cheer! How do you respond to an engagement or wedding announcement? Celebrate!
How do you deal with a critical husband who is often negative and controlling? These five tips for women coping with criticism in their marriages will help you see that it's not you -- it's him. If you're living with an impossible-to-please man, you do not have to let his negativity change who you are and how you see yourself.
Some women stay in loveless marriages and are perfectly happy. These wives don't need their husbands to love them, because they've learned how to be happy without love. This article isn't for those women. These tips are for wives who feel trapped in loveless marriages and yearn for connection and intimacy...but can't leave their husbands.