One San Antonio man might be rethinking his night out with the boys. As reported by news4sanantonio, a Texas woman is accused of shooting her husband during an argument after he returned home late at night from a bar.

WHAT CAUSED THE ARGUMENT:

Investigators say the couple had been arguing off and on all day long. At some point, the husband left went to a bar and came back after midnight, and the arguing continued. Probably not the best move by this man. Things quickly escalated.

SHE ALREADY HAD HER MIND MADE UP:

During the argument, KENS in San Antonio reported, the woman pulled out a gun and asked her husband, “Where do you want it?” I am not sure if he answered this question. Then she’s accused of shooting him in the leg.   He was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in stable condition., according to the TV station. He is in stable condition, outlets reported, and the wife is facing charges of aggravated assault.

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TOP REASONS THAT COUPLE FIGHTS:

According to herlifeonline.com, here are the top 5 reasons that couple fights.

5. The Extended Family

Your spouse's family might not be your cup of tea, but you need to be able to respect them (or at the very least, tolerate them).

4. Lack of Physical Intimacy

In reality, it’s hard to find the time in between all other responsibilities and chores. Make the effort.

3. Money

You can’t be married to someone and not talk about money; it’s an essential part of life. Don’t let money fights ruin your marriage!

2. Housework

You need to agree on who does what and when – and you need to respect each other’s time and schedules. Never just expect something to magically get done.

1. Not Enough Time for Each Other

One of the top reasons husbands and wives fight is due to lack of quality time together, and not paying enough attention to each other’s needs – which also comes down to focus, and ultimately, time.

BE GOOD TO ONE ANOTHER!

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