Are you in a marriage where you're always feeling like my wife is always mad at me?
Well you're certainly not alone.
I actually was in your exact situation but figured out how to deal with the problem and now my marriage is better than ever. Here's what helped my marriage.
What to Do When You Have to Constantly Say to Your Self "Man, My Wife Is Always Mad at Me"
It's a tough position to be in I know. You feel bad and almost like a failure of a husband because you feel like you can not do anything right. No matter what you do your wife seems mad at you, and it just feels horrible.
But things can be turned around. There is a fix and you can not only return your marriage to where it once was, but actually make it better than ever. Of course some people in this position will simply quit and file for divorce, but that's not the answer to this problem.
First of all we have to figure out why your wife is always mad at you. She may not be very transparent about this actually. A lot of times a wife will not talk about her problems, and actually figure that you'll just know what the problem is. But you and I both know that it's not easy to figure out right?
So you may have to read in between the lines a bit. You may have to do some investigating. Could have been something you said. Could have been something you did not say. Could have been something you did, or did not do.
The best way of course is to simply ASK … and then shut up and LISTEN!
Listening is the key! But do not just listen to your wife's words. Listen beyond the words. Listen for clues in her words that explain how she's feeling. That's the key to truly finding out how to solve your problem of "my wife is always mad at me".
Second of all you have to do something else that's going to seem a little bit counterproductive. You're going to have to stop worrying about your wife so much, and start worrying about YOU!
This part is going to take EMPATHY on your part. Meaning that you're going to have to think about your actions and figure out how they've been affecting your wife. Things that you may have been doing out of habit may be having a negative affect, and they may be going unnoticed by even you.
I did this exact thing. I realized that I was not spending enough time with my wife. I would come home from work, go sit in front of the TV, eat my dinner in front of the TV, and then when she went to bed I'd stay up and watch TV. So she was actually feeling neglected.
I did not learn this from my wife, I learned this by doing some assessing of my own behavior and realizing on my own how that must have been making my wife feel.
No wonder I was saying my wife is always mad at me! She was! And that was not the end of troubles and problems.
I had also quit doing the things that I used to do "just because" when we first got married. I used to send her flowers to work now and then. Or I would take her out to dinner just because. Little things that showed that I appreciated her were not being done anymore, and it was actually affecting my marriage negatively. Maybe I should have never started those things LOL. Just kidding …
The thing is that YOU are going to have to figure out what YOU are doing wrong, and then change it. It's really as simple as that. You can change only one thing about your relationship and that's YOU.
If you're saying my wife is always mad at me, then you've got the power to fix it if you're willing to work on YOU a bit.