Me and my husband was going back and forth about something stupid... Nothing serious. He mumbled a slick comment upstairs and I told him that I heard him mumble something and he don't have the balls to disrespect me out loud... We have been together almost 4 years... I have always said the same slick comments and he knows that I don't take shit from anyone... Never have! So I guess to chalenge me he starts saying slick comments out loud... Like he works, I don't... Stupid shit! So as I was defending myself and going off... He told me to SHUT THE FUCK UP... several times! He has never talked to me like that.... He has always been so sweet to me, never raised his voice to me or disrespect me. I just came down stairs and when he finally came down he asked me a dumb ? and I would not answer him.I told him I wanted to be left alone and statrted ignoring him... He got mad and told me I could buy a ticket back to miami...
Asked by Anonymous at 6:20 PM on May. 14, 2010 in Relationships
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Answer by Anonymous at 6:49 PM on May. 14, 2010
You have to take the majority of the blame on this one. You could have dealt with the issue at hand and then walked away but YOU had to up the anti. You egged him on and ya got what ya got. You both were acting VERY childish.
If you were an adult you would sit with him and discuss first the childish behavior on your part and apologizefor it. Im sure if he sees the sincerity he too will apologize for his childish behavior. THEN you can work on what ever the actual issue at hand is.
If after 4 yrs you have not figured out how to act like married adults and not silly kids you will be in for a rough go at this marriage thing. Learn to deal with the problems in a healthy way and I guarantee you life will be much easier in all areas.
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