Women tend to be more concerned about their marriages than men. They buy most of the books on marriage to try to improve them and initiate most marriage counseling. They often complain about their marriages to their closest friends and
When you’re dating, the process of getting to know one another becomes one of your top priorities. You spend time together sharing activities and talking. That’s what you’re all about. Part of you is evaluating and thinking about whether or not you can marry this guy and live happily ever after. Those strong feelings of being in love may carry you through accepting many of the differences in your spouse.
NHN, my husband works with several women, and occasionally they will have lunch meetings (usually as a group). I was okay with this until a friend told me recently that she saw my husband and one of his co-workers at lunch (in a very trendy lunch spot) and that they looked “too comfortable” for her liking. She said they laughed, looked at iPhone photos, and seemed to be socializing more than working. Should I be concerned my husband spends time with other women?