Relationships can be very difficult, and getting married isn't an answer to this difficulty. When a relationship is great, it's the best thing in the world--but you should never settle for a situation that makes you feel bad. If your husband behaves in one of these 15 ways, it might be time for a serious conversation to take place between the two of you, because everything on this list is a terrible way for someone to act towards someone they love.
The role of a good husband is to be your partner in life, and be by your side. If your partner constantly makes you feel alone, and acts distant, they're not doing their job as your husband and life partner.
A bad behavior for a husband to have is to make you feel bad for feeling bad. You are entitled to your own feelings, and if he makes you feel like you're insane or that your opinions don't matter, it's not a good sign.
We can all be critical from one time to another, and sometimes it comes from a place of good intentions. However, if someone is overly critical and is constantly bringing you down, they definitely aren't acting in the way that a good husband should.
An ugly behavior for anyone to put on to another person is being overly controlling and attempting to make you act in a way that benefits them. You're your own person, not someone else's property and you should be free to make your own choices.
If your husband is constantly treating you like an object, instead of a complex person with your own thoughts, feelings and ambitions--it might be time to ask him to reevaluate his behavior. If he doesn't respect you, it will be hard to make your relationship work.
An ugly thing to do is to make someone feel like they are not worth your time. Your husband of all people should respect you by trying to make time for you, your needs and to be in your company.
It can be ugly for adults to be overly crude or foul in their actions and their words. Your husband should respect you as an adult and try to act like one as well by behaving himself in public and not carrying out juvenile actions that are beneath him.
If your husband would rather be with other women than you, and makes that clear to you--you should reevaluate the status of your marriage. You should be the person in the center of his eye, and you should know how he feels.
If your husband is constantly holding you to unrealistic expectations and making you feel like you're beneath what you want, then it should be clear that he is treating you badly. Your husband should understand that at the end of the day, you're only human.
If your husband is constantly impatient and ready to yell at you, you should ask him to try to manage his anger for the sake of your relationship. It is not okay to make people scared of your emotional outbursts.
This is one of the most awful behaviors on this list. Your husband should never act in a physically negative way towards you, and if he does it is time to get out of there. You should never feel physically threatened by someone you trust.
If your husband is constantly jetting off and leaving you behind, it might be because he doesn't consider you as an important part of his life. You are his other half, not a "ball and chain," and he should know it.
Cheating is a terrible, awful thing to put someone you love through. If you cheat on your wife you should own up to it, admit your mistakes and deal with the consequences of hurting someone that you claim to be in love with, and promised to be loyal to.
If you can't trust your husband, how can you hope to be in a happy, functional relationship with him? Your husband should be honest with you when it counts, and you should know that he isn't trying to decieve you.
If your husband is constantly manipulating you, or making you feel confused in favor of his agenda and him getting what he wants, then you should let him know that he is being awful. He should work on not trying to trick you.