Under the Same Roof Yet Different – Part 3
When couples love each other so much, they want to married. They decide to live under one roof, but they fail to realize what this decision really mean. No wonder, most of them live peacefully for one or two years, then constant fights ensue. And when another attraction introduces itself, the family falls apart, marriages disintegrate, children suffer, homes are broken.
Imagine these two scenarios:
Mr. Smith visited a family counselor.
“Yes, Mr. Smith. What can I do for you?”
“I want to ask your opinion on what’s going on with my marriage,” Mr. Smith said.
“My wife’s got a lot of problems,”
“Well, all of us do, but my wife is a special case. She’s beyond repair. Something’s always wrong with her. Nothing I do could please her.”
“So you came here to ask my help to change your wife?”
“Yes. I cannot stand her!”
“Good afternoon, Mrs. Smith. Please have a seat.”
“Thanks.” Mrs. Smith sat with a heavy sigh.
“From your phone call, I can say that you have a very serious problem in your marriage.”
“You are right. He is.”
“Yes, my husband. He refuses to talk with me when there is a problem. He is a coward; retreating every time I confront him with his faults. He even has the guts to use his work as shield to dodge the crisis our family faces,” Mrs. Smith complained.
“Can you tell me the problems you are going through?”
“Yes. To start with, he…”
How ingenious husbands and wife can be.
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