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My husband keeps complaining that I am devoting all my time and attention to the baby. How can I help him to understand?

It can be challenging for you to look after your newborn and at the same time to ensure you have sufficient time to be with your husband. My suggestions to help your husband to understand are:

 

a. Acknowledge his feelings and his desire to want to spend time with you. Don’t try to ask him to be understanding because by doing so, it will only make him feel that he is not heard.

 

b. After you have acknowledged his feelings and desire, ask him what he would like you to do more. After listening to what he wants, you can start with the easiest suggestion and plan something together with him.

 

c. Understand his love language (you can read more about love languages from “The five love language” by Gary Chapman). When you can love him according to his love languages, he will feel it and know that you love him.

 

Answers are contributed by Mr Arthur Ling, Director of TOUCH Family Services. Please visit http://www.touch.org.sg/ for more information.

 

 
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My husband keeps complaining that I am devoting all my time and attention to the baby. How can I help him to understand?

It can be challenging for you to look after your newborn and at the same time to ensure you have sufficient time to be with your husband. My suggestions to help your husband to understand are:

 

a. Acknowledge his feelings and his desire to want to spend time with you. Don’t try to ask him to be understanding because by doing so, it will only make him feel that he is not heard.

 

b. After you have acknowledged his feelings and desire, ask him what he would like you to do more. After listening to what he wants, you can start with the easiest suggestion and plan something together with him.

 

c. Understand his love language (you can read more about love languages from “The five love language” by Gary Chapman). When you can love him according to his love languages, he will feel it and know that you love him.

 

Answers are contributed by Mr Arthur Ling, Director of TOUCH Family Services. Please visit http://www.touch.org.sg/ for more information.

 

 

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Think your toddler has what it takes to take on the stage? Then we want your toddler! Submit your entries by 14 August 2018!

 

 

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