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Just doing some research on double standard behavior, My

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just doing some research on double standard behavior
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Customer: My wife slammed the door and called me a bastard and yelled at me because she was mad about me having a stranger in the house while she still had on pajamas neck to ankle covered but personal preference. I responded in kind this was after the ac man stepped outside. She feels that calling her a bitch and saying hurtful things in response at that same moment that she was yelling at me and saying hurtful things was worse and I crossed a line. I can't really wrap my head around this as I feel it is equally bad for spouses to yell curse etc with one another. So just doing some research on it.
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Relationship
Expert:  Dr-A-Green replied 1 year ago.

I agree that this is a double standard. And I further agree that it is equally bad. Name-calling and yelling, in particular, are behaviors that will erode a relationship very quickly. It could also escalate to domestic violence. I would suggest that marriage counseling might be of benefit for you both. Purposely saying hurtful things is a sign of worse things to come, if not handled appropriately.