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Woman Wants To Divorce Her Husband For Being Too Nice And "Choking Her With Extreme Love"

Woman Wants To Divorce Her Husband For Being Too Nice And "Choking Her With Extreme Love"

One UAE national claimed that her husband suffocated her with love and she longed for "one day of dispute."

No matter how perfect one's marriage is, they are bound to get into some sort of disagreement or the other. After all, it's all about striking the perfect balance. But if it was up to me, I would love to strike out the part where my husband and I fight altogether and I'm sure most of you would agree. Surprisingly, the same wasn't the case for a Gulf Nation resident. According to Khaleej Times, the wife sought a divorce from her husband as she could not bear the burden of his love any longer. Yep, that's right! Go ahead and take some time to let this fact to sink in.

 Filing an official request at the Shariah court in Fujairah to part with her "loving" husband, the UAE-based woman argued how her husband showered her with "extreme love and affection." So, now loving someone too much is a crime? Figures. After a year of longing for a fight, that never happened due to the perfect nature of the husband the woman decided to part ways with him. 



 

Speaking about the incidents that drove her to make this decision, the woman explained how he was always so kind towards her and often helped her cook and clean the house among other errands. "He never yelled at me or turned me down," the court heard. "I was choked by extreme love and affection. He even helped me clean the house," she added. How cruel of him to treat her with such kindness, right? This is beyond my understanding! The Gulf National then went on to reveal how her life had turned "hell" as they never once fought. 

Furthermore, she shared how her romantic husband always forgave her no matter what making her long for a fight all the more. "I long for one day of dispute, but this seems impossible with my romantic husband who always forgave me and showered me with gifts," said the woman. A life of obedience is definitely what she wasn't looking for in her and she made that very clear when she said, "I need a real discussion, even an argument, not this hassle-free life of obedience."



 

So, now the offense added up to him being an overbearing sweetheart. Of course, the man pleaded guilty to showering his wife with nothing but love. "I wish to be a perfect and kind husband," said the husband explaining he did nothing wrong. The court then heard one such incident of his wholehearted devotion towards his wife. One time, she complained about him gaining weight. Instead of brushing her comment off, the devoted husband decided to do something about it. 



 

Maintaining a strict diet he exercised to get back in shape, however, he sustained a fracture while doing so. What a gem of a guy, huh? I'm sure most of the husbands out there won't even care to move an inch from their cozy sofa seats if their wives ever asked them to "get back in shape." Getting back to this incident, the husband requested the court to advise his wife to withdraw her case and show him some leniency as no marriage could be judged in the mere period of a year. 

"It's not fair to judge a marriage from the first year, and everybody learns from their mistakes," requested the man who was not determined to mend his "perfect" ways. Ultimately, the court adjourned the case ordering the couple to consider reconciliation. When word reached Twitter people could not help but post sarcastic comments. One user wrote: Sorry but damn! don't argue, affectionate and cleans? The woman got a unicorn of a man and is complaining about it! Another wrote: If these transgressions of cleaning and not arguing and being too affectionate are what leads to divorce, then my wife and I are in a relationship that will last through the ages. I am so relieved. However, one user sided with the woman writing: Arguments and fights mostly rekindle and nourishes love and take to the next level... I get the women somewhat but not to the extent of filing for a divorce. 



 

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