QUOTE(hydroboy87 @ May 23 2021, 12:17 PM)
Hey bro, sorry I missed this post. She does text some of her close friends often, and I am pretty sure they are discussing things. Recently the arguments have gone down a lot. But she always emphasizes on house chores not being done. But honestly speaking, I really do my part. Weekdays are tough as I leave home early and come back around 7ish. Weekends, I tend to get up at 6, sweep and mop the house. And even do laundry at times. But somehow she still picks on that often. Anyway, I am glad the worst phase is over, and I believe this will also be over in time. Although, I do feel very isolated. I did mention to her recently that she rarely holds my hand, or hugs me anymore. And she was quiet. I keep telling myself it should her hormones, and post-partum.. or she no longer feels comfortable with her body after giving birth.
Long story short- looks like I gotta wait this out till she gets better. Just sad that a lot of ppl out there do not talk about these issues, especially from the men's point of view. And I am glad I am able to share it here with some of you who have gone through a similar experience.
bro i feel u, but house r both to take care off, so better to work out one schedule to deal with it, about holding hands or hugs or kisses, you got to play a major role to initiate, u got to do what u did when both of u not yet married, since u know their hormones changes and post partum, so be more understanding.
try talk to her whats her real reasons, or u can try to observe her. If what u think its true like (she no longer comfortable with her body after birth) find ways to deal with it, for eg sign up gym or classes for her, lots of compliments and etc...
i know u can do more bro.... all the best bro and take k