We're completely strapped for money, so why is it when I tell my husband I don't want to spend the little money we do have on trivial things or hobbies or entertainment(movies, games etc) that I am the bad guy? I kind of feel guilty because it's his money too, but it's my money too...so who's right? I'm financially responsible and he's the opposite. I can't help but feel though, I'm controlling what he wants to do with his money, but like I said, I want it my way as well. When I do what I want with the money, it's to the benifit of my children and things we need. When my husband has money or does what he wants with it, it's either for himself or dumb stuff like fast food (uh, we already have food in the house?).
So where's the compromise? Where's the line? I'm tired of this game back and forth, but I'm also tired of me being the only one that is the "responsible" one with our money.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:29 AM on Mar. 5, 2011 in Relationships
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