why husband and wife talk less after marriage in dinner table just 150 words
IN the dinner table?
Well no wonder they can't talk, because they're embedded in the wood.
Maybe they've had enough time together that they don't have as much to say? Alternatively, if they have significantly different interests so there's nothing to talk about beyond the events of the day, there just might not be any fodder for conversation. Personally, the longer I'm with my husband the more we find to talk about, so I can't speak from personal experience on this...when we get done with sharing the events and the thoughts of the day, there's always current events, politics, philosophical debates, etc.
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