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What to do when your husband only baths once a week if it's a good week? Help?

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Answer #1 | 14/02 2017 14:15
A major change in hygiene is often a symptom of the onset of a mental illness, so get him to a doctor.
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Answer #2 | 14/02 2017 15:45
Sleep in separate rooms. I hate to be the one to wash his underwear.
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Answer #3 | 14/02 2017 15:32
Keep a safe distance away. Have him sleep in the guest room on cheap sheets.
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Answer #4 | 14/02 2017 15:01
if he has always been this way and you married him anyway there is not a lot you can do about it. If it is a recent change it is one of the symptoms of major depressive disorder and you should get him some mental help
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Answer #5 | 14/02 2017 14:31
I'd sleep separately. However, I also wouldn't marry someone who didn't take care of their self.
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Answer #6 | 14/02 2017 14:28
Ask him why he doesn't bath? It could be as simple as tedious, because with a bath, you have to wait til the bath fills and then, actually sit in the dirt as it comes off you. If it is at all possible, why not see about getting a shower installed or at least, fitting a shower head on the bath. I know that if we had just a bath, I would be reluctant to wash and my husband too. The only way you are going to find out, is if you ask your husband what is going on?
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Answer #7 | 14/02 2017 14:22
take him shopping - and tell him to pick out all of his favorite soaps and shampoos and other shower/shaving goodies-spend some money and encourage him to groom tell him it turns you on when he smells clean and sexy-manly
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Answer #8 | 14/02 2017 14:16
Soap dodger!!
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Answer #9 | 15/02 2017 01:25
I'll bet you could get him to have a lot more if you would shower or bathe with him. You might find that you like it yourself. Standing spoons is a great way for a woman to get off.
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Answer #10 | 14/02 2017 16:44
Make him subject to peer pressure, tell his friends.
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Answer #11 | 19/02 2017 17:09
He sounds like a Muslim, in which case divorce him before he stones you to death for showing too much ankle
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Answer #12 | 16/02 2017 14:21
Teach him how to wash his azz with toilet water and enjoy your freedom
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Answer #13 | 16/02 2017 00:50
Some of these suggestions are possibly good ones, but have you actually told him how much it bothers you, have you asked for what you want? If not, start here. Tell him how it turns you off and what you are prepared to do, if he doesn't do something about it...what would that be? If it were me, I would start by not allowing him to get near me, unless he is clean and odorless. And I would end, by leaving him. Good luck and good wishes,
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Answer #14 | 15/02 2017 05:23
Can you say DIVORCE?
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Answer #15 | 26/02 2017 10:40
he sounds like a muslim, in which case divorce him before he stones you to death for showing too much ankle
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Answer #16 | 20/02 2017 05:15
He needs your care like a mom bathing her kid. Try to shower together so you can clean him up.
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Answer #17 | 19/02 2017 00:22
Bad hair and body days are common but I would insist that he take a shower if he does not like to sit in the tub. I'm not sure what constitutes a good week for you and what is considered bad? If your husband has no sense of pride and dignity then I would probably throw the baby out with the bath water. How about hosing him off or putting the garden sprinkler on him?
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Answer #18 | 18/02 2017 11:11
so often? i haven't since dec... then again there's snow where i live so not really sweating, you know? besides my clothes stink of lemon, my pits of orange, my aftershave is like the ocean my mouthwash is like mint and my pit stick just stinks like some chocolate... i stink so much of all this other stuff, what is not to like? allergic to smelly soap and water... after washing it all off, what do you do, but put it all on again so you stink with all those fragrances like before... my dog and cat don't care... just so long as they get fed... gf's don't mind either as they are dabbling with perfumes and perfumed soap...
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Answer #19 | 18/02 2017 00:53
I would understand if it were once a week, period. But, you said, "If it's a good week." What does that mean? What does he consider a "good week?" At absolute minimum, we all should bathe / wash up at least once per week. But, to do so "if it's a good week?" And, if it's not a "good week," how often does he bathe, then? Once per month? You need to have his doctor talk to him about it, and his friends talk to him about it. As well as his family. He knows better. But, he refuses to do better. Like Kelly said, sleep separately. But, I would go further. Even if he, one day, starts bathing twice per week, at minimum, and he does that permanently, you should still not sleep in the same bed with him. Whatever his thought process is now, that ruined any future possibility of him appearing clean to anyone. Even if he changes, and starts bathing twice per week, or more.
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Answer #20 | 17/02 2017 07:45
Try bathing together, it might help
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Answer #21 | 17/02 2017 06:34
So often? I haven't since Dec. Then again there is snow where I live so not really sweating, you know? Besides my clothes stink of Lemon, my pits of Orange, my aftershave is like the ocean my mouthwash is like mint and my pit stick just stinks like some chocolate. I stink so much of all this other stuff, what is not to like? Allergic to smelly soap and water. After washing it all off, what do you do, but put it all on again so you stink with all those fragrances like before. My dog and cat don't care. Just so long as they get fed. Gf's don't mind either as they are dabbling with perfumes and perfumed soap.
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Answer #22 | 16/02 2017 20:01
You need to save the bathwater so he can use it.
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Answer #23 | 16/02 2017 06:18
keep a safe distance away... have him sleep in the guest room on cheap sheets...
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Answer #24 | 16/02 2017 06:08
Go bath with him
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Answer #25 | 16/02 2017 01:13
Water balloon fight him
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Answer #26 | 15/02 2017 18:02
Ambush him with a garden hose and soak the slob.
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Answer #27 | 15/02 2017 03:00
Buy a Sani Hut. If your hubby doesn't want to bathe tell him that's where he can sleep if he wants to smell like that. You can also drop him off ay the homeless shelter and tell him if he wants to smell thwt way he can bunk with guys who also smell that way. Hope this helps.
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Answer #28 | 14/02 2017 22:06
I'd ask him to wash his willy every day and would not mind, b ut my husband eats paleo has a very nice microbiom in and out on his body, i like when he's sweaty and dirty, turns me on. His hair also would not be that nice if he didn't wash it after gym, he uses oil and sweating would make it noodley, as he has long hair it be a shame, so I might offer to wash his hair for him, or something... Why does your husband hate showering, is he depressed or just a slob? To be honest my dirty after gym husband is a huge turn on for me, all sweaty and his body scent is strong cos he's very hairy but I swear it's the best aphrodisiac for me... In a post apocalyptic world where we would only wash partially and shower maybe every week or further apart my husband would still smell wonderfully, haha... But other men better shower i hate slobs.
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Answer #29 | 14/02 2017 17:02
Introduce him to the shower
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