A few nights ago, my husband and I started "getting it on." Well, I've been having problems lately with my hips hurting...especially my right one, and he tends to lean on my right hip. So, it was bothering me a little. I try to adjust myself so its not hurting as much, and he asks me what's wrong. So, I tell him my hip is bothering just a bit. Then he asks about a certain different position. Well, that one doesn't work for me MOST of the time because it hurts inside, and since he was wearing a condom...it wasn't going to work, and I told him that I wouldn't be able to do that position. So he throws a temper tantrum, and its over.
Now, after a few days, he wants to do it, then he tells me he's still pissed off from the other night. I say, "And who's fault is it?" And he has the fucking NERVE to tell me it was ALL MY FAULT! Yeah, you're getting it now, buddy...NOT. I'm the one that was trying to get into a little bit of a different position so it WOULDN'T hurt, your the one who got all butt hurt because I was in a little bit of discomfort and was trying to ease it!
Anyway, I'm not sure how to work through this at this point. I don't even want to be in the same room, let alone talk to him, at all at this point.
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