I was reading something by a female led husband, the details are forgotten.
Now this man had arranged to visit and do something with a pal. He’d forgotten to tell his “Mistress Wife.” When he did tell her she objected. She had other plans for that night. But she told him the choice was up to him.
He cancelled his plans so he could do as she wished.
His summation was that naturally she knew what was best that she was “always right.”
What she wanted to do was nothing special. It could have been done any day or night in the week at any time.
There was no superior judgment in operation.
It isn’t that I’d ever fault someone for wanting to please their spouse. It has nothing to do with being led by anybody.
But there was nothing about her preference that can be called ‘right.’
Why couldn’t the man simply say he did it to please her, to make her happy. Why did he have to pretend it was some sort of wisdom.
It seems a terrible burden to have to be always objectively correct rather than the person who must come first.
Why bother with fanciful fibs?