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Living with Mr/Mrs Perfect Spouse

By Bishop Charles Ighele
22 January 2023   |   3:40 am
Michael had a problem with everyone around him. He always finds faults in everyone no matter how well behaved the person is. Anywhere he goes to, he must see something to correct, criticise or admonish; nobody could ever get it right around him.

Charles Ighele

Michael had a problem with everyone around him. He always finds faults in everyone no matter how well behaved the person is. Anywhere he goes to, he must see something to correct, criticise or admonish; nobody could ever get it right around him.

He even extended it to outside his home. His friends got tired of his attitude and started avoiding him. In his home, he criticises everything his wife does, he always has something to correct about her dressing, her cooking, her style of walking, the position in which she lies to sleep, her hair style, her choice of movies and even the way she handles the children. The wife got so frustrated that she started avoiding him and is always happy when he is out of the house. When he is in the bedroom, she goes to the living room or the kitchen vice visa just to avoid being in his presence because if she is with him for about 10 minutes, he would have corrected her more than a dozen times.

It is very difficult to be with a Mr./Mrs. Perfect. The first step to living with a Mr./Mrs. Perfect is understanding. The Bible admonishes us to live at peace with all men including all the Mr./Mrs. Perfects and not only with the good people around us. So, it is very possible to live at peace with such people.

Sit the person down in a relaxed atmosphere and let him/her know how hurting his/her attitude is to you. The person might flare up, but deep inside your words have sunk.

You need patience and longsuffering to achieve this. So, do not expect them to change overnight.
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