Re: I manipulate my husband.
I don't think "manipulate" is appropriate here. If she is ordering him to do something and he does it, she is bossy and he is compliant. "Manipulation" would be more sneaky than that. She would get him to do what she wanted using more underhand techniques.
Originally Posted by Naeem Afzal
You also said that she gives him orders but that he does what she asks him to do. Orders are not requests. You either order someone to do something or you ask them to do it. With an order, there is a suggestion that he has no option. With a request, he can choose to do it or not do it.
Last edited by emsr2d2; 24-May-2013 at 14:21.
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