Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW speak about children and depression and offers advice to help.
Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, got this letter that was sent to us here on Mix97 and she delivers her advice BELOW.
I have been married for two years. My husband is wonderful to me. Very supportive and he is very nice to me and always tells me how beautiful I am and how lucky he is to have me. He loves me. He seems to know what to say to me most of the times.
Now, here is the problem… . The problem is that at the end of the day when he tells me about his day, he feels the need to tell me what hot girls he came across that day… His friends tell me how “he is married, but not dead” and “there is nothing wrong with noticing other women”!! When we are out in public, maybe going for an afternoon walk after dinner, if he notices an attractive woman, he will say, she’s so sexy or look how cute she is.” I don’t do this about other men and I feel odd when he does it. What is your opinion about this whole mess? I AM a jealous person, but I try to control my jealousy. I try very hard to not show anger, but I really don’t feel loved fully. I don’t want to tell him that he can’t come talk to me about other females but I don’t go on and on about them when I get home. I desire my husband and no other man)
What do I do? How do I talk to him about this?
HER REPLY IS HERE