Depending on the situation at hand, nagging is not the way that we communicate with one another as adults. If a wife has to continually nag at her husband to do something, has she thought he might not want to do it in the first place, hence the nagging.
We cant change other people so nagging at someone to try to change them is only going to make that person more distant and feel the need to hide what they are doing.
My suggestion would be to seek councilling to try to reconsile your differences, before things go from love to hate.
He should try spending some regular time (such as over the dinner table etc) discussing issues with her and listening to her, let her know she has your full attention should she need to talk about anything during that time) creating a regular time for communication, so that it doesn't feel like she is regularly 'nagging'. Paying attention (Iistening to her) and being respectful should solve any 'communication' problems. Usually if a woman is 'nagging' it's because she feels she is not being heard.
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