[Advice Needed] My Wife Has Made Our Home A Hell For Me! Please Help!
My wife and I have been married for about two years now with a son. I spend some weeks at work due to the nature of my work. We dated for more than a year before we married but knew and dated when we were in the university for few months. When we were dating, she was nice, respectful, understanding, caring and tolerating.
Things changed when we married, she became hot tempered, impatient, stone hearted, unforgiving, isolates my friends and rants angrily if things are not done her way. She complains whenever I present a gift to her, it is either too expensive or too cheap (fake). She cannot be pleased or satisfied; its either what I did is too much or not enough.
She has issues with almost all her siblings, she doesn’t trust anybody not even me, and she suspects anybody when negative incident occurs and she thinks everybody around her is evil. She is very economical and complains when I spend money on my people but wants me to be spending money on her people. She told me that she doesn’t have feelings for me again which is obvious in her actions.
Things became worst when her mother came for child birth visit, she became more aggressive, she nags a lot and would keep on talking for hours even when I decide to ignore her. The more I ignore her, the more she talks about it.
Previously we resolve our differences within a day but this had changed. She wants to do all the talking while I just sit and listen to her. When I speak, she would want to raise her voice on me and as I resist her, she would wear a stony face, snub me and start crying moments later, the snubbing will continue for days.
I need advice from this house on what to do, I can’t continue like this. I don’t know how my child is; I don’t know what is going on in my house as I am Off Shore. My wife has changed into what I cannot explain, she want to have the final say in my house and control me but I’ve refused. What do I do? This is disturbing me at work and I don’t know the future of our marriage.
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