Looking for a friend husband

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A few months ago, I was out to dinner with a group of friends for our monthly "book club" AKA our excuse to try new restaurants and vent about our lives. Our husbands accept that this is a sacred gathering that they're not invited to — except, that night, one friend's phone did not stop blowing up with angry texts the entire time we were out: "It's 9 p. Are you drunk? But then the confessions started pouring out :. I love spending time with my husband — I crave our nights together to connect or catch up on crappy TV.

But as my friends and I agreed — we all need nights out with just the girls and nights at home alone. We want our husbands to bro it out with their friends. But h ow to tell your husband to get out more without offending him or making him feel like he has no life? Is there a way to come across like you're helping — not meddling, coddling or even shaming?

It's a delicate balance, but these nine subtle tips can help you pump up his social life without getting called out for being sneaky or manipulative. You know that bubble in the beginning of a new relationship, when you and your new S. Then reality hits. You need your friends, you miss your weekly spin classes, and maybe there really is something to that old adage of absence making the heart grow fonder But rather than abruptly going cold turkey on your time together, have a conversation about what your social lives were like before you met and how you want it to continue as a couple.

Some people only need a few hours a month spent doing separate things, others need a few hours a week," explains Scott Brown, sex guru of sexpressed. Obviously, if one person wants a ton of time apart and the other wants almost none at all, that's going to cause serious problems down the road. If you know he's just being stubborn about texting his friends or if you watched him hit it off with a friend's husband and know there's a real friendship in the making, you have to keep cool.

Do you like being nagged? Trust us, your husband doesn't either.

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Something else you need to remember — women discover they wear the same size shoe and become instant besties. Guys don't get so comfortable so fast. Sometimes, it's okay to take matters into your own hands — as long as you're discreet. Create a fabulous guest list that has a wide range of folks that are interesting and could be a great introduction for your guy," says Chenoa Maxwell, CEO and founder of Live Limitlessly.

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Another great way to initiate the friend finding mission is to get up and get active. Maxwell suggests heading to the park, going to the dog runs together if you have a pup, and, if the two of you are physically active, ing a recreational league that suits your athletic interest. The idea is to get out of your bubble and engage new people. If you're going to your husband up on a social site or set him up on a "blind date" with the husband of one of your friends, don't do it without his consent.

This isn't a rom com — chances are slim that it will "end cute. No one, especially our mate, likes to be played and manipulated. It makes them feel foolish and is demeaning," says Dr. And if your husband does find another guy he really likes, don't make a big deal, says Brotherton. Eventually, they will hit the bonding point. But it will be on their timeline — not on yours.

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It's much better than nagging," says Brotherton. Let him have the house to watch the game while you go run errands. Or take the kids for the night and don't pressure him on how late he plans on staying out. Don't know what to get your guy for his next birthday?

Buy him a membership to a gym or a pack of classes for an activity you think he might be into. The beauty is it puts him in the position to meet new people without making him feel set up. He'll have an easier time making friends if he's having fun and feeling confident," advises Brotherton. Make it about doing things together and before he realizes it, he'll be meeting new potential friends. Think about how you feel when your husband announces that you're spending the entire weekend with his parents. Cancel anything that's on the books — you're off to in-law land whether you like it or not.

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It's infuriating and a recipe for resentment. But if your husband says, "It would mean a lot to me if you would please come visit my parents this weekend," it's hard to say no or put up a fight. He's expressed that he needs you and you're doing this for him. The same concept works when it comes to getting your husband on board with your social life as a couple. This gives him the opportunity to actually make the decision to support you and get on board with the plan.

It's empowering. It's healthy for both you and your husband if you don't function like coned twins. But if your social life is akin to Taylor Swift's while his is sidelined, the easiest way to get to the bottom of it is to just ask. The 'why' is critical here: Your partner may not be telling you the whole truth about what's bothering him," explain certified relationship coaches Dr. Carmen Harra and her daughter Alexandra. When she finally asked him what was really wrong, he hesitated but then admitted to feeling inferior to his friends: they were all lean, fit, and in shape while her husband was overweight and unhappy with himself.

She had no clue that this was the source of her husband's problem — she thought weight was strictly a 'woman's issue' — so she promised to help him look just as good, if not better, than his buddies by cooking healthy meals in decent portions. She got her husband a gym membership and in time, he began feeling — and looking — much better and felt the healthy desire to his friends on their outings. What do you do if you've tried everything and your husband is still better acquainted with his XBox Live than human beings? Maxwell says there are three s to look for if your husband is not actively open to new friendships: One problem could be depression — look for a lack of energy and enthusiasm in general.

It could be a lack of overall general trust. Is he leery of new people and new experiences? If so, that's a definite red flag. And if the prospect of change or something new leaves your husband pulling back or closing off, it could be anxiety. Type keyword s to search. But then the confessions started pouring out : "He always jokes that I have friends and he doesn't and it makes me feel guilty. This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this to help users provide their addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at piano.

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