my husband uses abusive language on me, i spend much of my time on mobile (whatsapp, calls) talking to my friends and parents, he doesn't like it recently he slapped me, how can i teach him a lession so that he doesn't touch me
P. Venu (Advocate) 05 December 2017
Yes, your husband has overreached. But whatsapp and net could be vices, if you are addicted to them. Perhaps, instead of teaching him a lesson, you should try to reconcile.
Rishi kumar 05 December 2017
That stupid husband is not suitable for you dear, social butterfly. Let him not mend his ways neither you. But you need his money whether you stay in the marriage or out of it.
I.Sundar Singh 05 December 2017
Born Fighter (xxx) 06 December 2017
Its a silly matter....your husband should also cultivate this habit of chatting with his friends late night along with you. Im sure you will support him. Both support each other and then live happily ever after....
Adv Radhika Mehta (Advocate) 06 December 2017
Its because of litigants like you who do not understand the seriousness of the situation or marriage that the Courts are overburdened with frivolous litigation. There are so many woman in our country who despite facing severe problems and ill- treatment at the hands of their husbands and in-laws' do not take any legal action and then there are women like you. You talk about your husband having a problem chatting with friends till late night. Tell me, if your husband were to do the same, would you be ok with it?