Our expert says:
I'm not sure this problem is limited to men ! What may be happening could be early-onset Alzheimers, or simply a somewhat exaggerated form of normal aging, which can make a person disinhibited, more careless about the impression they make on others. This tactless, selfish, and uncaring about whether other people get upset by what they say or do. Like an old dog, they scratch when they itch, and don't think of the audience.
Tamryn seems to have a different situation, with a much younger spouse, and says he has always been this way. People don't tend to change unless motivated to do so, and with obvious benefits for doing so --- look at how hard it is for most of us to diet or give up smoking. Again, this is not a "man" thing, though men may be more easily able to get away with it. I think women more often marry not the man the guy actually is, but the man they hope they will manage to turn him into --- and that rarely works
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