Failing Marriages in 21st Century


by Dr. Ehtesham Khan
26th Jan, 2024 | 5 min read

Both the woman and her husband are my patients. He suffers from anger issues despite his gentle nature, has inflicted violence upon her. While the physical scars may not be visible, the emotional ones mark her deeply.

While it's tempting to blame failing marriages on one partner, often male, the reality is more nuanced. Like a two-wheeled cart, a successful marriage requires balance and cooperation. I've seen both domineering women and withdrawing men contribute to unhealthy dynamics. Labeling it a "mismatch" simplifies the issue. Perhaps it's not a lack of compatibility, but the inherent differences in how our brains function, coupled with the challenges of modern life and evolving gender roles, that make navigating these roles so difficult.

In my practice, John Gray's "Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus" has proven a surprisingly effective tool. Understanding these inherent differences helps my patients communicate better and navigate their relationships more effectively, often with greater impact than medicine alone.

Complaints after marriage think of Ignatia,thuja and other antipsorics.

Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus

Dr. E.S. Khan

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