No matter how hard you try to get him to see your side of things, he insist that his point of view is right. It is like putting something from Ikea together without using the instructions. FRUSTRATING!!!
It seems like you are talking to a brick wall. Even if you agree that he may have A point if it is not that he is 100% right then you are still all wrong. Why is it he can't see the other point of view?
These are the times that you wonder, "What was I thinking?"
When we get our focus off of the Lord and one to ourselves we can become selfish and miss out of the oneness of our marriage. Not only does our marriage suffer so does our relationship with the Lord.
So what are we to do at this fork in the road? Give in all the time?
Of course we want to get this solved before we go to bed. It is never a good thing waking up with issues hanging over our head from the day before.
Take the time to step out of the situation and pray. God my not change his heart and end up changing yours. Then again He might change his.
Seeking forgiveness doesn't mean that you are admitting you are wrong. It means that you didn't means you are sorry for the misunderstanding between you two.
Most of all forgive completely. For when we don't that which we hold onto hinders our relationship with our spouse and God.
When we follow these guide we can still walk in fellowship with God and our spouse. Even when we dis agree with our spouse.