Our expert says:
See a mariage counsellor together. Many women would be thrilled to have a husband who behaves as you describe, and part of the problem does seem to lie in your unrealistic expectations and irritation with his otherwise unexceptional good behaviours. so he's a bit pompus ? Such things can be dealt with by tactful discussion ( rather than nagging, which doesn't work ) and by marriage counselling if necessary, especially if he sees it as a way of avoiding the conflict he doesn't like rather than as something he might expect to worsen the conflict.
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