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By Anonymous - / Sunday 9 April 2017 16:00 /
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By  darkenedone  |  27

Just point out that that statement implies a contradiction, yell 'QED' and walk away, assured that she has seen the error in her ways. That's how emotionally charged situations work, right?

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  Namenlos_fml  |  20

She could have asked for examples, or asked why he felt that way. Aside from the irony of her answer specifically, immediately getting defensive isn't good communication.

By  species4872  |  19

Arguing with the wife, you have a lot to learn my friend.

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  WeirdUS  |  20

Very true it is possible. However ,that kind of personality trait doesn't usually just show up. Though I believe if she is stressed it could be wearing her down , but how she handles stress more than likely came up at some point prior to the marriage

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  WeirdUS  |  20

Very true it is possible. However ,that kind of personality trait doesn't usually just show up. Though I believe if she is stressed it could be wearing her down , but how she handles stress more than likely came up at some point prior to the marriage

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  WeirdUS  |  20

Very true it is possible. However ,that kind of personality trait doesn't usually just show up. Though I believe if she is stressed it could be wearing her down , but how she handles stress more than likely came up at some point prior to the marriage

By  cacheson  |  38

Tell her she never disagrees with anything you say, ever. Then she will have to disagree with you, and admit she always disagrees with you. BOOM! Reverse psychology. :D

By  Alexandria79  |  22

you put her on the defensive. never put a spouse on the defensive if you want meaningful discussion. and never use terms like you ALWAYS or you NEVER. it puts them on the defensive because it's likely you're exaggerating

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