Come on, ladies...You all know how we can get. All of us...we're sinners. There's a reason for the saying, "If mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy."
A very wise, very wonderful pastor's wife - Linda - once told a group of us, "a woman is the barometer of the home." If we are content, the home is content. If we are not content, the house will most likely be discontented. What a privilege and responsibility - the way that we are (good or not) has an effect on everybody around us...such is the way of human beings.
We are affected by those around us. If we have a child who is whining, it affects us. If we have a spouse who refuses to take out the garbage, that affects us. If we (women) are selfish and controlling...that affects those around us. If you don't get like that sometimes...you are a perfect saint and I most likely don't want to hang out with you because you would make me look bad... 😉
Now...those of us who are married...our "one-flesh" partners - our heads - can be especially effected by our attitudes (good or bad). If we are selfish and controlling, he can be angry and cranky...sometimes downright abusive. Or he can shut down and become a couch potato. Both are sin...but just as we are sinners...so are men.
It's the way of this lost and fallen world. We are sinners...and we are affected by those around us, just as we affect those around us. It's reciprocal - human beings react to each other. Sometimes good, sometimes bad.
The way of the Spirit is the right way. We submit to our husbands as the church submits to Christ...we follow his good leading (but not into sin). He loves us as Christ loves the church. We don't interact identically, but reciprocally. We each have our jobs and when we do them to the best of our ability, the entire home runs smoothly.