Men hate it when women ask where they are going.
That’s a fact many of them revealed to Maina and Mwalimu during the Wednesday morning conversation.
If you feel like you need to know the whereabouts of your partner 24/7 then you may likely have serious trust issues.
For a woman taking an interest in their day and life is one thing, but monitoring will only push your partner away. They will feel suffocated, untrusted and controlled. These are not the basis of a healthy, happy relationship.
A wife obsessed with her husbands daily activities sounded off on this topic.
She confessed how mad she makes him and what he does to stop her obsessive compulsive disorder.
Mwalimu advises that ‘the best thing is not call’.
The woman began her experience saying
‘Actually hakuwa anataka nimcall I know where he is, and when he is travelling I ask him if I can call and ask him to confirm where he is. He tells me that this phone of mine is the problem, so he would take it and go with it, and tell me at least I won’t be busy to know where he is.
It got worse with the husband abusing her for her behaviour.
‘This phone is the problem, I see kiherehere inakusumbua sana, you can’t stay without asking where I am, case closed. You don’t have to know where I am.
So now that he has gone with the phone how does she handle her desire to know his whereabouts?
‘I stay at home close to the door, and I don’t sleep incase he knocks in case you don’t open the door he will give me a hard time, sometimes I sleep at the door and he didn’t come home. I don’t have a good nights sleep and my back and neck hurts. But I can’t call him.
Dear Classic fam, is it wrong for a spouse to ask where you are going, and what has been your experience?