What can you do if your partner always complains?
If she does, don’t just ignore her. This is similar to that teeth sensitivity that you get sometimes when you need to go and see your dentist….ignoring it will only make it worse.
When she first did it you listened for a while, and actually did things the way she wanted. A variable time later you went back to your old routine, and she started complaining again. See marriage doesn’t work like that. She has a reason for complaining, and that is because she wants things to be the best for the two of you. Men usually get to a quick conclusion and stick with it about why the women do certain things and keep thinking it even if it’s not correct.
You can even analyze if it is the way she is all the time, with everyone, just you, or has her attitude only recently changed. If she also complains about other people, then you can be even more sure that her complaining is about all about her.
If it is only with you, and only recently started, well then you need to look back and see if you can fix things. If it is then you might just actually try and see her point of view regarding her complaints. She might just want to make things better for your relationship.
There is no magical fairy that will come at night and clean your house, or your garage, or even your relationship…
When a partner always complains, even when her husband does many things to make her life and their relationship better, then it is not an improvement that she is after. This is particularly likely to be true if the things she is complaining about never bothered her before, and the things she is complaining about tend to be petty. Her complaining is a way of creating emotional distance which will make it easier for her to end your relationship through a separation and/or affair. You will need to start rebuilding your relationship and work on becoming a more attractive man so that she will not feel like she is missing out on something better by staying with you.
Regardless of why your partner complains, the way you behave or have behaved over time may be a contributing factor. A lot of men were better partners before getting married or only…