I am a working mom and my husband is a stay at home dad. Don't misunderstand, he is not a bumb. I earn a higher income and we have two disabled children to care for without babysitters so he and i decided this would work best for our family. anyway, i come home and would like to hear from him a simple hello, how was your day love? are you thirsty? would you like something to eat? But NOO, as soon as he sees me walk in the house he is quick to call his friend to hang out at a local pub or pool hall at least four times per week. by the time he returns he is too exhausted or sleepy. I enjoy that he has friends because i do too but i want to spend time with him too. We have discussed this many times but he says that i am overreacting. when we make love, i make him feel ammazing, he says; and i make sure he is satisfied. but i am left wanting more, like always. this sucks! maybe i should find myself a "friend". just ventin
Answer by mom2mybabes at 10:54 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
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Answer by suebee3 at 10:37 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
I sort of understand your hubbys view piont. I'm a SAHM with one kid and by the timeDH comes home I just want to collapse into a ball and cry. But he needs time to chill. So we came up with a thing. The first hour or so he's home the 3 of us try to spend quality time together before he takes the kid and I put my feet up. It seems to work ok for us. I hope you find a solution.
Answer by nicole_Evans at 10:37 PM on Sep. 16, 2010
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