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    Victor
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    SHOULD I STOP MY WIFE FROM ALL SOCIAL MEDIA ENGAGEMENT?

    I noticed this few months ago June 2020 to be precise and I have been trying to control this not hurt her feelings.

    I leave the house between 5am and 6am daily, come back by 8pm and above. I have little time to spend at home, I always want to make it worthwhile, and she goes to work too and comes back by 4pm. But anytime I am back from work, she will be busy with her phone that sometimes she forgets that I need to eat or gives me a homely welcome, she will even sometimes wait for me to come back by that late hours before the start preparing dinner (That is not a problem though), but she won’t concentrate on what she’s doing because she will be cooking and chatting at the same time, the food will either get burnt or something will happen.

    The time we are supposed to spend together as a couple to bond and be intimate, she will still be busy chatting and surfing online. I wonder who she’s chatting with that is taking much of her time.

    I have no reason poke nosing into her phone, but she’s using it to inconvenient me making me feel like a stranger in my house. Even I if I talk to her she will answer me with only one word such as ok, hmmm. Immediately I close from the office I will rush home to meet my darling wife, but her attention will be channelled to her phone.

    I have advised her, cautioned her, shouted, got angry, but to no avail. Seizing her phone to me seems to be over authoritative to one’s wife or overreaction.

    Please help me, how can I control this phone and addiction that’s almost ruined my marriage?

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      Sam P
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      Communicate your feelings to her. She may be doing it unconsciously without necessarily trying to hurt you or affect the Marriage

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