and why, how depends?
how common this happens too and why?
what most husbands would think or do, say after too to their wives and why?
what could be more humiliating for a husband and why?
Answer by Shanell Contreras
Women are naturally nurturers. Its their motherly instinct to care for the weaker. However, its mans instinct to be the most victorious and brawny over other men. I think it would be an upset for the man himself to get beat up in front of his wife, but I think the wife would try to console the hurt man, especially if he was her husband.
Answer by CanadianPerspective
No clue how I’d feel except utter concern for the safety of my husband. I’ve seen my husband Aleah win the fights that he’s been involved in and he’s been in quite a few. He’s defended me, his dad, etc. No time for details as there’s too many stories to tell. He just manages to run into dinks when out and about : (
Answer by *Destiny’s Prince*
Usually, if the wife is there, she would put her own life on the line to help defend her husband. She would not stand there and watch Him get beat up..
Answer by joemckenna74
It would partly depend on the circumstances, i.e. Who started the fight. How big was the other guy. Did her husband give a good account of himself even if he lost etc.
Consciously, the woman will just want to take care of her man, and not be bothered that he lost. She didn’t marry him for his fighting skills.
Subconsciously, she may start to worry that he couldn’t/wouldn’t protect her or her offspring. Especially if he didn’t try to fight, and just kept talking ineffectually like a professional victim, until he was incapacitated.
Unless the assailant was much bigger or stronger, or obviously a professional fighter, the husband could not fail to feel emasculated.
Possibly a worse thing for a man would be losing a fight that HE started, in front of his child/children.
Answer by Why Can’t I Have Nice Things?
i would call the cops, of course and be very scared, naturally