1 [nag] verb, nagged, nag·ging, noun
verb (used with object)
1. to annoy by persistent faultfinding, complaints, or demands.
2. to keep in a state of troubled awareness or anxiety, as are current pain or problem: She had certain misgivings that nagged her.
I never wanted it to happen, but I think I've become a bit of a nagging wife. I'd like to defend myself and explain that it's been hard not to nag, but it bugs me just the same.
Why do we nag? Why can't we let things go? And at the same time, is it better to let things slide all the time, or is a little nagging now and then in order?