Our expert says:
The first question is : do you feel abused ? What you describe sounds annoying rather than abusive
And how realistic do you thionk your expectations of a partner are ? For instance, I'd hope a good and loving partner would NOT automatically and unthinkingly support my every idea and suggestion --- sometimes I'm wrong or mistaken, and friendly but critical input can be invaluable. Not necessarily taking your side could be an excellent form of support, depending on the manner in which it is being done.
Do you always agree with his opinions ? Or do you feel free to disagree or contradict his views ? ISn't that fair to both of you ?
Is it possible that he genuinely does feel too tired to accept some of your suggestions ? Don't you sometimes feel too tired to accept some of his proposals ?
He may very fairly disagree with soem of your religious beliefs or practices in the sense of not wanting to follow them in that way himself ; but should never belittle them buy making you feel foolish for believing and practising your religion the way you do.
Is he parental about how you spend your own money, or about his own money gets spent ?
Does he criticize everything you do with regard to his familty or friends, or only some of what you do. COuld he be right about this any of the time ? Does he criticise you kindly and in private, or unpleasantly and in front of people ?
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