My husband is very busy. He seldom stays at home for a few days a month, and often comes back late. I don't know if he deliberately evaded us. The child is very happy to see his father coming back. Sometimes he will play coquettish with him. He also seems to be very impatient and will yell at her. I think he is angry like that. What's the matter with us? He doesn't come back and looks forward to his coming back. When he comes back, he always quarrels. Is it his problem or mine? Can we live well? Is it simply because of work?
It has been four years since he fell in love and got married. I always feel that he put his work first and everything can be put back. I didn't think what he might have done to me. But I don't know how to adjust this mentality. Do I have to accept this kind of life? When communicating with him, he doesn't seem to understand what I'm saying. What should I do for a careless man?
A man who loves home seems to be eager to return home, but your husband doesn't like to go home. He seldom goes home for a few days a month. Even if he comes back, he will stay late and put his work first. It can be seen that home is really no more important to him than work. But why do men work so hard? Is it for the better life of the family or for avoiding the dull marriage? If it is the former, you should pay more attention to him so that he can taste the delicious food you prepared for him when he comes back; If it is the latter, you may need to review what you did not do as he intended.
A good marriage requires good communication. He doesn't understand what you are talking about. You might as well change the way of communication, or be more direct, and use less suggestive and euphemistic expressions. In winter, you can carefully prepare a scarf for him, or rub his shoulders and beat his back for him who is tired, and then slowly cut into the topic.