My Wife Has No Time for Me! How to Take Control and Change ThisAbdul-Qadir
We're all well aware that each day only affords us a meagre twenty-four hours. When you factor in the time you spend working, traveling to and back to the office, sleeping, showering and eating, there isn't a whole lot of time left for anything else. However, when you're married you really do need to pencil in some time to spend with your spouse. It's expected and beyond that, it's crucial for a well balanced, happy and fulfilling partnership. That's why it's so alarming if you're a man who has a wife with a schedule that doesn't leave any time at all for you. If your wife is so busy that she can't spend even a few moments with you per day, you need to help her find an opening here and there to connect with you. If you want your marriage to last, this needs to be at the top of your priority list.
Obviously, you are going to take it personally if your wife has no time for you. Early in your marriage, she made certain that she had time to devote just to you, yes? You two did things together that you likely miss now. Perhaps back then you took something like having a coffee together for granted. Now you'd give just about anything to have an hour alone with her. As much as you may want to blame her lack of interaction with you on her busy schedule, there's probably an underlying reason why she has excuse after excuse for not spending time with you. In most cases where this happens, it's because the wife has begun to feel emotionally detached from her husband. Instead of trying to make awkward small talk with him she'd rather avoid him.
Your wife isn't about to do anything on her own to change this. If she seems happy enough filling her days with things that keep her from you, it's you who needs to alter the routine of your marriage. Start by telling your wife that you miss her and wish you two had more time together. Although this may not alter her schedule so that she makes time for you, it lets it be known that you're not happy with the way things are and your goal is to share more of your life with her. Your statement about wanting to be with her more won't go unnoticed by her even if she seems to ignore it or brush it aside.
Many women are devoting a great deal of their time to things that have to do with running the household and being a mom. You're part of that equation so why not pitch in so your wife has more time for you? You can ask her if there's anything she'd like you to do but be prepared for her to say there isn't. Many women have a bit of a control streak running through them and they like to tackle everything they possibly can just because they believe no one else has the ability to do it quite as well as they do. If this sounds like a dictionary description of your wife's personality, take on some tasks on your own. Jump in and drive the kids to school or make dinner a few times a week. Show your wife that you want to be her domestic partner as well as her life partner. The time you spend doing things around the house or tending to the children will result in more free time for your wife and thus more time for her to be with you.
A great way to solve the issue of a wife who has no time is to create a scenario in which she has no choice but to spend time with you. This almost sounds like it borders on forcing her to make time for you but don't view it that way. Plan an evening out for the two of you and take care of all the details right down to arranging child care if necessary. Then surprise your wife with your thoughtful night out. She'll see the effort you put in as a sign of your desire to be closer to her. It's a great way to not only have some uninterrupted time with your wife but it will give you a chance to talk with her about what she's feeling and that will only help when it comes to bridging any emotional distance she may be feeling.[ad_2]
Source by Gillian Reynolds