Yeah, YOU! The one with the husband.
What do you have to complain about?
There are women out there who wish they had a husband such as yours. A man who loves them. A man who will listen to them. A man who works hard to provide. A man who comes home every night.
Maybe instead of finding fault with your husband, you should find the many things to be thankful for. There ARE good qualities in him. There were when you dated him. There had to be something for which it was worth saying, "I do!"
Maybe instead of throwing yourself a pity-party because he hasn't taken you out in a few weeks, you could pray for the woman who buried her husband. Pray for the woman whose husband broke his vows and divorced her. Pray for the young lady whose heart has been broken by her betrothed and is wondering if she'll ever live happily ever after.
Maybe you need to stop finding fault with the man in the bed next to you and start pointing the finger at yourself. What could HE be complaining about and isn't? Show that kind of grace to him. Improve yourself and he just may improve.
In this day and age, it seems to be acceptable for a wife to find fault with every little thing her husband does, but if he criticizes he is harsh and cruel. Boo-hoo!
Listening to you complain about how immature, selfish, and/or ungodly your husband is, makes you sound even more so. Sort of like nails on a chalkboard. I'm not impressed and I'm not sure very many are. If anything, your complaining makes people feel worse for your poor husband than they do for you.
Are there legitimate concerns wives have? Absolutely. Are there ways to express those concerns without the husband desiring to flee to the roof-top? Yes. But, before you open your mouth....open your heart. Open you heart in prayer to the Lord. Open your heart in love to your husband - through your actions. Open your heart to self-examination and pull the mote out of your eye before you humbly approach your husband.
And, remember: the more complaints you have, the less you will be heard.
You, with the husband. You want to keep him? Stop complaining. Start giving thanks and start loving.