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What Does It Mean When A Wife Deliberately Picks A Fight with the Husband?

  1. ngureco profile image82
    ngurecoposted 7 years ago

    What Does It Mean When A Wife Deliberately Picks A Fight with the Husband?

  2. lunaraven13 profile image57
    lunaraven13posted 7 years ago

    Without knowing the circumstances, it's hard to tell. I know that for myself, I may pick a fight with my other half sometimes, but on some level I feel safe doing so as I trust his love for me can overcome the occassional fit.

  3. wychic profile image89
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    In some cases she may just be looking for attention...negative attention is very focused, and in most loving relationships is followed up by positive attention as well. Maybe there's been something that has been bothering her and she finally just decided to get it out, and a bit of a fight helps her vent. I'm sure there are other reasons too, but these are the ones I've most commonly observed, and the latter is the one that tends to be the case when I pick a fight with my husband.

  4. just mee profile image55
    just meeposted 7 years ago

    shes ready to move on... or shes stressed... or she needs a break from her normal life. the husband shouldn't be worried about the argument he should be thinking about how to get her back to the woman that he fell in love with. shes in there... you just have to get her out. . maybe you've changed. maybe your the aggravating her.think about it. it's worth it.

  5. padmendra profile image47
    padmendraposted 7 years ago

    If it is true that she deliberately picks a fight, it would be construed that she is an irritating   person and  least bothered about happiness of her husband. The reason behind it could be because of her being unhappy with her husband or she does not want to continue. In other sense one thing I would like to  ask you as to whether you both enjoy a healthy sex life. I mean to say  about sexual satisfaction of both of you. Sometime, it is seen that due to lack of satisfation in bed,  one of the partner  does not behave properly. .

 
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