My huband was spending WAY to much time on his cell phone. Always texting and talking on the phone. One day I checked his phone thinking it was a girl he was talking too.
It wasn't it was a guy from work. They text each other nonstop and call each other on there lunch breaks even though they work together!
They became best friends over night and i feel like I'm losing my husband. It's every day trying to find a reason to hang out with him.
Yesturday he wanted to go fishing and I said I'd rather he pick another day next week. He had already been over there with him all week. He got upset but said ok. Then later when we went to go to the bank he talked me into stopping to drop something off. Then when we get there he ask me to pick up on the way back. I was very upset. Then when I get back he wasn't ready to go. We ended up staying there until 9pm and they kept going outside together.
What should I do?
Answer by Anonymous at 1:30 PM on Sep. 5, 2009
first I would find out if my husband was gay and if he is not, then I would have a talk with him about how you are feeling neglected because he is spending so much time with his friend. Your husband needs to know that he is not single anymore! He has a family, a wife to take care of and your needs should come first. Not is stupid friends. If talking does not work, then try to be friends with his friend and see how that goes. Get close to is friend in a way that might make hubby jealous. I pretty sure if hubby thinks that his friend is trying to make a more on you or you him, he will stop hanging out with that friend as much. That's what I did with one of my husbands friends and it worked like a charm. Although, my husband friend really did like me and that thought for me was scary! lol.
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Answer by ANGIE409 at 2:11 PM on Sep. 5, 2009
I don't know .i mean I feel for you ...in a way, but I personally wouldn't be freaking out about it so much -for now- men in most cases ,when they make a new friendship, are like little kids when they get a new toy, at first all they want is to spend as much time playing with this new toy and nothing else at the time really matters ,if you are too concern about it ...TALKING to ur DH is the best way to go about it ,and be sincere with him by letting him know that you miss him and whatever else you feel, also make plans to go out together with this new friend invite him to your house this way you can get a better picture of what's really going on ...for now- be as open minded as possible.
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