I Castrated My Husband!
Woman: I’m afraid of my husband’s seven-year-old son. He is seeing a psychologist for Attention Deficit/Hyperacivity Disorder (ADHD) and for his violent and vulgar behaviour.
She caressed her round belly and added: “We are expecting our first child together, and I’m scared the boy would hurt my baby.
–Do you two live together?
Woman: No, I own two flats in the same building. I live in one of them on my own, and my husband and his son live in the other flat on the next floor.
The husband was listening and nodding with a gentle smile.
I asked the husband: Do you feel at home when you come downstairs to be with your wife?
Husband: No, because I prefer that we all live together but I don’t want her to get upset. I love her and want her to be happy.
I said to his wife: “It seems that you have sweetly castrated your husband!”
She smiled and after a pause she said: My previous marriage was a disaster. My ex was dominant and agressive. I don’t want to go through that again. So, yes, I castrated my husband!”
–Do you really want to have a castrated man in your life?
Often couples carry their past with them in the next relationship, and then, they complain that they are not fully happy.
Our problems become easier to handle when we let go of our past.