I am young and in love with my babys dad. I treat him so well, I cook, clean, and take care of our son. We have been on and off since 2006 and things have been rough for us. The only thing is, he comes home and goes straight to his brothers room to spend time with his friends then he will go and check on me instead of stop and spend time with me. Shouldnt I be the one he wants to be around. Hes hardly ever home because of work. Im lost.Answer Question
Answer by Anonymous at 1:49 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
Answer by Ashley2810 at 1:54 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
Answer by SissyAnn141 at 1:54 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
Answer by SweetLoveofMine at 1:55 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
All relationships are work. It's just a matter of how much is too much work. I know married couples who just pass by each other, barely bother to talk and they have to work at that. I know couples where the father isn't involved with the kids because he works and it causes tension and they have to work at that. In my personal relationship me and My SO see each other so often that we clash and we have to work at that.
You should voice your concerns to him. Ask him his intentions about this relationship, if he wants it. If not, work on getting yourself out of that house, if he does you need to voice to him what you want. Even write it down and read it if you have to.
Answer by DomoniqueWS at 1:55 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
Answer by lillyblue111 at 2:08 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
Answer by proudmommy42008 at 2:56 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
Answer by SecretPsychic at 4:53 AM on Feb. 26, 2011
I totally understand you. However, through my struggles, and reading books I have learned that men need to have transitional or his time whenever he comes home from work. They do not like to hear the 'whatever' for the da,y as they walk in the front door. try giving him his space when he first gets home.Then have time for the two of you. Find something to occupy yourself during that time and ACT LIKE YOU DO NOT MIND. THE LEAST INTERESTED YOU SEEM, Or preoccupied with something, THE MORE interest he will show/have in you. Do not be overly attentive to him, or you will be taken for granted.
Answer by dmr73059 at 6:50 AM on Feb. 26, 2011