Signs Your Husband Is Happily Married + photos married couples: Then and Now

12 Signs Your Husband Is Happily Married

Posted: 02/17/2015 11:44 am EST – Huffington Post

By Drs. Evelyn And Paul Moschetta

marriedWe call it “dropping the bomb” syndrome and it usually follows the same pattern: one partner believes their marriage is going along fine when the other suddenly announces it’s over — finished, done, period. It turns out that things were far from fine.

There was a lot of denial going on, a lot of saying “yes” when you meant “no” and a lot of unexpressed anger simmering just below the surface. When that simmer reaches a boil, the bomb drops.

In many cases, husbands are those who make the unexpected announcement, leaving their wives in shock, disbelief and anger at being left. The resulting collateral damage on children and extended family only widens the circle of pain.

How can you know if your husband is really happily married? Is there a way to tell if your marriage is bomb proof? When he says “I love you” can you believe it?

Here are 12 ways to know he’s happy in your marriage:   [Read more]

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  • gigi  On February 21, 2015 at 3:15 pm

    “In many cases, husbands are those who make the unexpected announcement, leaving their wives in shock, disbelief and anger at being left.”

    Sorry, the stats says different and women aren’t falling for that BS.
    Look at the divorce stats in the America and other western countries and the women are the ones walking out. BUT, more women generally wait/endure the marriage until the kids are older and can handle the separation, whereas the men who leave do so without any smidgen of consideration for the kids. As the blog points out so glaringly, it’s all about the man’s personal feelings and HIS happiness. Selfish, selfish, selfish to the core. Who wants to be married or stay married to a man like that?

    See: https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/homo-consumericus/201311/do-men-or-women-file-divorce-more-often

    “when it comes to mate choice, women are in the driver’s seat.

    But does this dynamic change when it comes to the dissolution of a union?

    If women choose the winning suitor, do they also instigate divorce proceedings more often, or do men serve as the greater catalysts of matrimonial ruptures?

    […] A 2000 paper (link is external) published in American Law and Economics Review by Margaret F. Brinig and Douglas W. Allen reported data (Table 1, p. 128) from several studies across the United States spanning more than 100 years (1867 to 1995) regarding the percentage of instances where the woman had filed for divorce. Based on the collected data, I calculated that women had initiated the divorce in 68.9% of all cases.”

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