We rarely fighjt, but when we do, my DH revers to bringing up stuff I did years ago. He does that to reinforce his complaint about whatever it is I've done right now.
I get sick of it. He has to stop dredging up old crap. Isn't the a statue of limitations on things you can bring up after awhile? lol
I told him I must be doing pretty good if you can only use ancient examples to support your case. He rarely does that, only when he's really angry and desperate to win the argument.
He seems like he'll have gotten past these things then they crop up years later. Ticks me off. Any advice?
Edit: The fight wasn't over any deal breakers or anything major. He just keeps bringing up these old things that it appears I'll never live down. Aren't we all allowed to have made mistakes. Don't we get credit for having learned from them and maturing? Let it go already. The fight was over really dumb everyday stuff.
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