Netizens confide 1:
I am 26 years old, and I have been married for nearly two years. My husband and I are both middle school teachers. My husband is particularly male chauvinistic and should listen to him whatever he says and does. Recently, we planned to have children. One day he scolded me and beat me for no reason. I can't stand it. If I really have a child, I am afraid that the child will also suffer from his torture? We always quarrel over trifles and the divorce agreement has been drawn up. I really don't want to divorce. What should I do?
Generally speaking, men are a little male chauvinistic in their bones, which is the legacy of the patriarchal cultural system for thousands of years. But in the new era, with the awakening of women's consciousness and the improvement of social status, men are in the pursuit of gender equality today, and are subject to the restrictions of the culture and family status of the new era, and show different degrees. But I also want to emphasize that male chauvinism and domestic violence are not the same thing, and male chauvinism cannot be equated with domestic violence. I don't think that a little male chauvinism in men is terrible, even in the eyes of some women, it is still a manifestation of masculinity. But no matter how male chauvinism is, women should be respected, and domestic violence against women should not be carried out. You can be domineering at home, but you must not start and abuse your other half, otherwise it is disrespectful of human rights, humiliating, and breaking the law.
It seems that your husband is not as simple as male chauvinism. He will beat and scold you for no reason, indicating that he has a tendency of domestic violence. Now that you are so young, he is like this, and the future will be long. You must find ways to change his bad habits, or you will suffer. It happens that you haven't had a baby yet, so you must take this matter into consideration. Now that the divorce agreement has been written, that is to say, he also agreed to divorce with you, right? I can see that you are reluctant to give up, and you are helpless, but I would like to know if your husband is reluctant to give up on you, and has he tried to save it? Have you expressed your intention to change? If none of this is true, it is suggested that you should bear the pain and perform the divorce agreement as soon as possible. This may be the right choice for you.
Netizens confide 2:
In 2007, I found that my husband and his junior sister had fallen in love. I couldn't accept his betrayal at all. I vowed to work hard to save the marriage! I studied hard on marriage and finally brought my husband back after three years! After returning, my husband left me at a loss. I couldn't find my sweet marriage. What should I do? Do you want to let go or stick?
Now that you have brought your husband back, cherish it. If he doesn't care about you, I don't think he will come back to you easily. As for the inability to find the sweetness of the past, it is very normal. Even if your husband does not have empathy, after a stage of love, there will always be cooling down. You should know that love is short, life is plain, and plain is true.
Of course, love and marriage need to be managed with heart. As long as you get along with your husband with heart, understand and tolerate more, and be more considerate, gentle and kind, I believe your love will be cultivated again. Come on, I wish you happiness!