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I came up to this idea because I know someone, a wife, who constantly nags to her husband. Almost everyday. In my own view, I find it so chaotic when someone keeps on shouting, yelling and nagging me for something I must do. My family knows that. I believe everything can be resolved in peace like you talk calmly so you'll be understood.
Isn't it so tiring when you are always being shouted at? Being yelled at? Because for me, they really are big NO! I become too emotional when someone talks to me loudly like they're shouting and sounds like irritated. My tears would automatically fell down from my eyes that's why I am against nagging.
Alright let's go back to that "wife" I am talking.
Every morning, this wife nags especially to her husband. It seems like everything her husband does is wrong. One time, that wife was sick or maybe just pretending to be sick. Her husband prepared her food and all but then she refused to eat all those just because she doesn't want to. I understand her because being sick made us not want to eat but her approach in refusing the food is not really proper. Even the neighbors can hear her. She told her husband why he bought that and why he cooked it that way. He shouldn't throw it because she won't eat it either. And take note, her tone of voice seemed to provoke argument and so her husband told her if she doesn't like to eat, then she should not get mad and keep her mouth shut because their sons can eat the food.
But then the wife just continued nagging until she's in her room and slammed the door. It's still early in the morning but the vibes in their home is tsk tsk! Not a good one to start the day. And so the husband just went to work without his breakfast.
There was also one time when the wife's son got sick. Instead of giving medicine to her son, she kept on blaming him for what happened. I guess it's normal for moms to be like that. I was hoping the wife will give her son medicines to take but then she didn't. She didn't because she wants her son to pay for the medicine. And I was like, what? Isn't it a responsibility of a mom to take care of her children? Knowing that her son is sick, she could have taken the initiative to provide medicine.
I felt so bad for her son. Her son paid the medicine and so he was able to take some. I thought the nagging would end after paying but then she kept on nagging saying when their sons are sick, she was the one who suffers because she provides the meds. Aisshhh! I know being a mom is tiring but what she's acting isn't understandable.
Everyday, this family doesn't have peace within their home. I seldom hear them so chill in everything. Even their way of talking is shouting. Their sons also got the attitude of being irritated most of the time because that's what they saw in their parents. Their sons also are always in an ignition. Even asking question entails yelling, the tone of voice sounds like irritated. I don't know but hearing and seeing them not in peace is so sad. Our family should be our peace, right?
That's also the reason why the husband was always away from home whenever he doesn't have work. I guess he wanted to escape the chaotic atmosphere at home. He should feel relaxed after work but his wife nags at him telling him he's been hiding money from her. Of course the husband then objected and then the flame was up again. And this morning, the same scene happened again.
I know I'm being too nosy about this wife and her family. Well, I can't avoid it. Their house is so near from us and I can hear everything. Isn't it tiring to nag all the day? How can they become closely-bonded if the parents aren't?
One thing I realized from this family is that I don't want to be like the wife. I don't want to be a nagging wife. I prefer to talk peacefully to resolve the issue rather than yelling. Geez! It would consume much of my energy. I also want to set a good example to my kids and to my neighbors as well.
I want my family to be at peace living in our own home because that's how it's supposed to be.
Thank you so much guys for reading! You've been so kind to me since day one.