If you had to guess, the next time she asks him to sacrifice his needs for hers, what is going to go through his mind?
Will he sell himself out repeatedly and over accommodate or will he make sure his needs are met?
Go ahead and have the courage to address the situation.
Practice being brave and saying what you need to say in a good way.
To get even more from it, try this from Ken Cloke, “Clarify and reinforce what was learned from the conflict, and use it to improve and evolve to higher levels of conflict and resolution. Move the conversation toward forgiveness and reconciliation.”
What you are looking for is a change, a need to be met. How you ask for it is important. Would you be willing to...is a great way to start that conversation, asking for what you need.