Scottish comedian Kevin Bridges does a marvellous skit about staying over at a friendâ€™s house for the first time.
Up until then, like most kids, he assumed everybody did things the same way, but when he stayed somewhere else he noticed quite a few differences.
The chief difference was that they were going to have a Chinese takeaway on a Friday night.
So far all of the differences were better than at home and Kevin was beginning to wish heâ€™d been born somewhere else until the order was placed.
There was no rice, and when Kevin asked why he was told that they never ordered rice, they cooked their own.
Kevin thought this was awful but it did ensure his friend got a new nickname at school, Hoose Rice.
Most of us realise people do things differently by the time we go to secondary school and accept that.
Others, like the OP, refuse to accept that insisting their way is the best and refusing to compromise.
He is incredibly selfish, self centred and inflexible, he expects his poor wife to go through this every Bloody Sunday, with no exception.
She can stay at home, but heâ€™s going anyway regardless of what she wants, he wonâ€™t try to accommodate her wishes, just bully and cajole her.
As youâ€™ve pointed out, he never puts any time aside for her, there is no Sunday when itâ€™s just them, they have to do what he wants or heâ€™ll do it on his own.
Women are the ones who are usually criticised for trying to change their husbands instead of accepting who they are, but itâ€™s the opposite here.
Sheâ€™s the same woman she married, but heâ€™s not happy, he wants some instantly programmable Stepford wife.
The whole set up sounds like a ******* nightmare, I canâ€™t take more that ten minutes in the company of churchy people at the best of times.
To have to go to church is bad enough, but to then be expected to spend the rest of the day with a bunch of godbotherers is my idea of hell.
I feel so sorry for his poor wife.
And if the OP, wants to know, his wife is right and he is wrong, so very wrong.