My husband just got down on me for flipping out on my kids. They were both pulling at my hair, literally, and it hurt so I yelled out of pain. My DD lowered her head because I flipped out and my son stopped pulling. My husband chimed in "what's the problem, there's no need to yell at em. Look at her, she's lowering her head because your yelling at her".
I KNOW i'm not perfect. I KNOW I yell sometimes when I shouldn't......but he does this more often than I do. He'll flip out on the kids and scream and yell at them, causing the same reactions, and it breaks my heart when he does it too.
I'm not saying it's right, but I really feel on the defence because he's not here half as much as I am (24/7 with the kids). He doesn't have to deal with the daily ups and downs like I do....
I guess I feel embarassed that I lost control and he pointed it out.
What's the best way to feel about the whole situation? What's the right attitude
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