FOR WOMAN:"Your urge shall be for your husband."  Woman will become very possessivein her love for her husband.

"Woman was made a being of desire, always striving for the essential. Desire made her open her heart and hold her hands out. The distortion of desire has become greed. Greed makes her keep and possess those she loves so tightly in her heart that she suffocates them, keeping them from living." Georgette Blaquiere, Dare to Live Love

In many relationships today, woman has a tendency to love the man for herself.  She keeps him from everything and everyone. Often this keeps him from accomplishing his vocation. She loves him to get the affection, protection, and tenderness she longs for instead of loving him to help him become the man God wants him to be.

FOR MAN: He will take advantage of this urge the woman has, to be loved and protected, and he shall be your master, meaning that the man will distort the authority that was given to him as a service. He will turn it into a power over woman and lose respect for her. He will lust and use woman instead of love her. Their partnership is destroyed because of sin. They do not understand each other anymore. Their communion is broken.

[The] union [of husband and wife] has always been threatened by discord, a spirit of domination, infidelity, jealousy, and conflicts that can escalate into hatred and separation. This disorder can manifest itself more or less acutely, and can be more or less overcome according to the circumstances of cultures, eras, and individuals, but it does seem to have a universal character. According to faith the disorder we notice so painfully does not stem from the nature of man and woman, nor from the nature of their relations, but from sin. As a break with God, the first sin had for its first consequence the rupture of the original communion between man and woman. Their relations were distorted by mutual recriminations; their mutual attraction, the Creator’s own gift, changed into a relationship of domination and lust; and the beautiful vocation of man and woman to be fruitful, multiply, and subdue the earth was burdened by the pain of childbirth and the toil of work. Nevertheless, the order of creation persists, though seriously disturbed. To heal the wounds of sin, man and woman need the help of the grace that God in his infinite mercy never refuses them. Without his help man and woman cannot achieve the union of their lives for which God created them “in the beginning.” (CCC #s 1606-1608)