The bible also says to Love your wife like Jesus loves you. Attaching blame to one or the other partner from a distance is probably not the best thing I would advise.
lol, c'mon now Zion, it can't all be the hubbies fault. It takes two to tango in a relationship. Does she bicker with him, become excessively needy or overbearing. This is a reason why many men become "detached." The bible says a nagging wife is like a leaky faucet. It's better to dwell in the corner of a rooftop, than with a quarrelsome and vexatious wife. I just believe it's always best to hear both sides of the story to make it work. They'll be in my prayers.
I would probably just advise prayer for the marriage.
And it also says in the marriage vows, For better or for WORSE..It's not attaching blame, it's trying to get to the root of the problem. Everything is not just one sided, "he is so STUBBORN in EVERYTHING(is this always the case?) and NEVER considers her in decision or considers her feelings. he is a very detatched, emotionless person." how does that sound to you? not trying to condemn either party or take sides, just saying it's a bit of an overgeneralization. How did he get this way?
We can't always change or control other people, but we can change our reactions and ourselves. Sometimes God does not want to change the other person, he's more interested in changing you. We must examine ourselves, look at the person in the mirror. He is the potter we are the clay, this marriage may be a trial or test, to see if she will be pliable to how God is working it out in her life. Sometimes Fez, God will put people across our paths that rub against us like sandpaper, but that is to get out our rough edges. The key is to work within ourselves and with God through prayer being pliable, then u see how things start to change for the better. =)
Edited by deedandtruth, 12 February 2013 - 04:53 PM.