Atlanta: Do you fake an orgasm when you actually didn`t? Or find faults with your husband`s way of handling the kids, or pester him to find a new job? You may not realize it, but by saying so, you are making irreparable damages to your relationship.
Following is a list of nine statements compiled by Judy Ford, psychotherapist and author of `Every Day Love` that you should never utter to your significant other, reports the Mother Nature Network.
First comes: "Yes, I had an orgasm."
Another statement that is a strict no-no is "You`re just like your father." It`s nasty and belittling, says Ford.
The third forbidden statement is actually very common: "When are you going to find a new job?"
The fourth hurtful statement is: "My mother warned me you`d do this!"
The fifth line, which is never a good idea to say, is "Just leave it - I`ll do it myself!" Just because he`s doing something differently than you would doesn`t mean that he`s doing it wrong.
The sixth statement, which can be heart breaking, is "You always... [fill in the blank]" or "You never... [fill in the blank]"
Then seventh statement that can be a serious blow is "Do you really think those pants are flattering?"
Saying so, you`re insulting his looks without showing any genuine concern for his health, according to Ford.
Then eighth harsh statement is "Ugh, we`re hanging out with him again?, which is an insult to your man`s choice of friends.
The last but not the least is "Please watch the kids. But don`t do this, take them here or forget that..." Let Dad-be-dad.