My wife and I hardly speak

Dear Diddle: My wife and I hardly talk. When we talk, there is a grunt here and there is a grunt.

She didn’t want me to participate in her life at all. I am 54 years old and she is 51 years old.


All my wife and I did was mumbling to each other

She recently won £5,500 in a bingo game, but I just knew it was because I heard her screaming happily on the phone.

When I asked her, she replied: “I told you I won. It doesn’t matter anyway-mine is mine.”

I also found out that her sister gave birth-again only because a friend mentioned it.

If she doesn’t plan to communicate with me at all, I really don’t see the meaning of our being together.

Dedley said: I think I have never heard the wedding vows “Mine is mine”.

Of course you need to have a late chat with your wife. Removing you from her life will undoubtedly make you feel not loved and valued.

Check out my support package on “Take care of your relationship” to help you determine what changes you all need to make to improve your lives.

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