You then moan to others how lazy and untidy your man is, while feeling used and put-upon, and building up layers of resentment. There is nothing attractive about someone who moans repetitively about the same subject, and acts like a long suffering martyr. Moaning / complaining / nagging / anger will never achieve any change.
That's a very small example of how you can slip into a rut of being annoyed by someone's behaviour, but you decide it's easier to pick up after a capable adult just to keep a quiet life. An old saying is if you act like a doormat you will be walked all over. You have to be able to express your feelings with total honesty, without being frightened of the consequences.
There could be a number of reasons from your past that prevent you from expecting to be treated with consideration. The Z Point Process can release old habits that make you have a lack of confidence to request the help and support that you deserve. If the thought of asking for that help causes a knot in your stomach, then you will try to repress your true feelings. These only build up inside you, and will start to cause aches and pains.
Getting rid of old habits does take courage, but Z Point removes all the stress and tension surrounding the issue, so that you feel totally relaxed. You can change your life peacefully, and you will find how much your life improves. Those around you who ignore the same old arguments will listen to you when you're stating your point of view calmly, and confidently. They will treat you with respect, and you will get results.
Taking that first step isn't comfortable, because you think it's safer not to rock the boat, but trying something new is always better than staying stuck in resentment. Whatever your present circumstances, they don't have to remain the same, and it is possible to create the life you really want. Remember, the petty issues are hiding the real reason for you being uncomfortable, and not completely happy.
"There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction." ~ John F. Kennedy
"A dream is your creative vision for your life in the future. You must break out of your current comfort zone and become comfortable with the unfamiliar and the unknown." ~ Denis Waitley