LOOK: Nico Bolzico chooses peace over being right
Nico Bolzico shared his secrets on keeping the peace at home with “wifezilla” Solenn Heussaff.
“I tried to [remind] her that she better take care of me because I still have “it”; to show that, I tried to make her jealous [by] flirting with this llama,” the founder of “Bullied Husbands Club” wrote in a goofy Instagram post on Thursday, Oct. 4.
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After a mini-discussion with #Wifezilla, that fortunately didn't escalate, I tried to remain her that she better take care of me because I still have "it"; to show her that, I tried to make her jealous flirting w this llama, clearly I lost "it" long time ago, the llama is not amazed by my latin charm. The learning point here is that we should NEVER try to show our wives that we still have " it"; first because we probably dont, second because in any healthy relationship there is no need to do it and third because probably they DO still have "it" and if they want to show us that they do, they will succeed and we will go nuts; remaining us, the hard way, that we are the lucky ones! So when you have these normal mini discussions, where you feel you didnt say everything you wanted and where you still bit upset inside; the best thing to do is to let it go, say "sorry", "I love you" and move on; in marriage is more important to be at peace than to be right! Not sure how a picture with me trying to kiss a llama ended in a serious marriage advice that I dont have any credentials to give! Anyways, it is what it is! #BulliedHusdbandsClub #CabinWear2 #InYourCaminos #HarlanLife
He admitted this “mini-discussion” with his wife did not escalate and that the learning point is to apologize and move on.
Bolzico advised that whenever there are conversations “where you feel you didn’t say everything you wanted and where you’re still bit upset inside, the best thing to do is to let it go, say “sorry,” “I love you” and move on.
He noted: “In marriage, it’s more important to be at peace than to be right!”
Showing his humor, Bolzico also admitted how he’s not sure how a picture of him trying to kiss a llama ended up with a serious marriage advice. Still, he remained that “it is what it is.”
Bolzico and Heussaff recently went to Argentina and have been sharing their little moments since arriving.
The couple lived together for five years before getting married in 2016. /cbb
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