Husband doesn’t speak to wife for twenty years!
This was first reported by The Sun, and written by ELLIE CAMBRIDGE.
The father-of-three would talk to his children normally but said nothing to his wife. Long-suffering Katayama Yumi chatted normally to her husband, but he would never respond. He would speak normally to his children and his wife would speak normally to him, but he would not respond to her. The Japanese couple’s 18-year-old son, Yoshiki, wrote to a TV show asking for help with his family’s problem. He told one of the presenters he has never heard his parents have a conversation. His sisters, 21 and 25 years old, also said they had never heard their parents speak to each other. And now the reason for his silence has been revealed – he was jealous of the attention his wife gave to their children!
His father, Otou, told the show: “When the kids were born my wife was very involved and busy in raising the kids. I was kind of… jealous. I was sulking about it”.
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