Husband Living With Parents
My husband is a wonderful man. However, since we have moved to GA we have been living with his parents. Every time I find a place he puts it down and so does she. Even God has told him to seperate from them and be with me ALONE. What can I do?
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---c on 7/10/06
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---Rural_Cafe on 8/30/07|
You could get the place, move in, and invite your husband to join you. That would definitely get his attention on the matter.
Your other choice is to get marital therapy. Why did you move in with your in-laws in the first place. That is a huge no-no to a marriage.
---Madison1101 on 8/30/07|
Dear MP--I'm sorry that you don't understand what I actually said. Go back and read it carefully: A married woman belongs WITH her husband...
I never said she belongs TO her husband.
---Jack on 7/12/06|
I am now happy to report that my husband has changed. For the one who asked me how do I know that God has spoken to him and do i just think He did. No I do not just think that He did. I know He did. I was there when the message was delivered to him. We were in church, where noone knew us, and knew nothing about our situation. See that is how good God works.
---c on 7/12/06|
Jack, are you married? If so, do you own your wife. You say that a married woman belongs to her husband. Is that scriptural? I know that muslims believe that a single woman belongs to her father and when she marries she belongs to her husband but I've never heard a Christian say that before. What I am sure you will find in scripture is that a man should leave his father and mother and cleave to his wife. This one isn't doing that is he?
---M.P. on 7/12/06|
Remember, a married woman belongs with her husband. If he's as wonderful as you say, this should not be hard for you.
---Jack on 7/11/06|
Without knowing why you are with in-laws it is difficult to advise but, whatever the reason, the decisions about a new home should be up to you and your husband not your husband and his mother. You need a word in private with him about loyalty to his wife. You come way before his mother now, even though she might be offering you a home in the meantime. The longer you stay the less likely he is to want to leave. He probably enjoys all the fussing he gets from mummy.
---M.P. on 7/11/06|
C--how do YOU know so much about what God has told him? You mean you think that God has to speak to you FIRST and get permission to speak to him?
Somehow, I was under the impression that the husband took the leadership in the family.
If your husband is such a wonderful man, deal with it.
---Jack on 7/11/06|
Pray for the situation.
---wes on 7/11/06|
I'd say talk to your husband and if that doesn't work pray and keep on praying.
---Helen_5378 on 7/11/06|
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