OK ladies tell me if you think i'm rude to my husband or if i'm just getting in his business?
I hate when i'm home and i could be doing any thing around the house and the kids are playing and my husband is home then he's not. He just takes off with out saying any thing to me. I could be inside and think he's out side with the kids and he's not. I just ask if he could say hey i'm taking off be back what ever i dont even need to know where he's going or when he'll be back just ask to be kind and tell me your leaving. I know i wouldnt get away with it i would be a bad mom to the kids i did some thing like that. Then to top it off his one friend thinks its funny and makes jokes about it. Whats that just because he doesnt have a family to report to he can just get up and go. I dont say any thing when the dude does that what for. So am i rude or should i do it different? My husband knows it makes me mad and still.
Answer by kaylan010 at 2:03 PM on Apr. 1, 2011
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Answer by jspenny2705 at 2:07 PM on Apr. 1, 2011
You are NOT rude. You are an adult with responsibilities & so is your DH. He should have the maturity and courtesy of letting you know if/when he is leaving. God forbid you had an accident in the house and sent the kids to get him for help. I would freak out if my DH did that. Even when he goes into the garage to work on his car, he will let me know & I do the same. He should also set a better example for the children to be responsible, dependable & a hard worker. Tell his friend to piss off & grow up & when he knows what he is talking about then he can have an opinion.
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