Dear ABBY: My husband and I have been married for 40 many years, and we have had our ups and downs. My difficulty is, he routinely talks about the ladies he knew right before me. He describes them all in glowing conditions — gorgeous, perfect body, lovely hair, nicely-endowed and on and on. It helps make me feel self-aware and insufficient.
Add to this he is brief-tempered with me. He regularly finds fault with the way I do things and speaks to me harshly. When I told him how it manufactured me come to feel, his solution was that I was “sick in the head.” He won’t pay attention or acknowledge that he has a part in the challenge. Wherever do I go from listed here? — Experience A lot less THAN