What kind of ex-husband’s behavior do women dislike most?
Men and women used to have romantic feelings for partner when they dated before marriage. But 31.1 percent of men, who divorced, said such good feelings disappeared when their former wife appeared looser than tighter, a recent survey said.
Twenty-seven percent and 11.7 percent of men interviewed said their ex-wives disappointed them when they used violence or abusive language, and tried to look for another man, respectively, said the survey of 238 men and 238 women across the country, who want to remarry.
About 37.4 percent of women, who divorced, said romantic feelings they previously had for their husbands disappeared when they resorted to violence or abusive language, the survey said.
The survey was jointly conducted by ionlyyou, an Internet site specializing in remarriages, and Bien-Aller, a company which provides marriage information, from March 29 through April 3.
Some 23.9 percent of women polled said their former husbands disappointed them as they sought another woman, whereas 10.2 percent said they disliked their ex-husband’s shabby dress.
Twenty-nine percent of men surveyed said their former wives complained most of husband being late in returning home in the evening.
About 40 percent of women interviewed said their ex-husbands complained most about their wife’s disregard for her husband’s family, the survey said.