So my husband has been a complete ASS lately. He has been spending all his spare time at the bar. He spends hardly anytime at home. He pitches a fit when I try to get him to come home so I can go out for a few minutes on my own. He recently told me I wouldn't have to worry about a babysitter if I had made a different choice 9 years ago. Then this morning he got mad because I did not take my dd to daycamp. (He has ALWAYS taken her in the morning) Her daycamp is literally across the street from where he works. He was running late this morning. I was also running late plus I had to stop for gas and stop by my shop before making a meeting at 0720. Apparently I was supposed to make myself late instead of him taking her and making it to the meeting on time (We are both military and had the same meeting) He knew that he had to get up and get moving this morning but he laid in bed instead and then got mad because he was running late.
I am so tired of being the one that sacrifices EVERYTHING. He blames it all on PTSD. I get it. I understand he has PTSD. But take the FREAKIN meds you were given. He is a grown ass man. If I get angry and try to rationally talk to him he flips out on me because the house isn't clean or whatever other inane stupid thing that comes up. Both of us have a LOT of responsibility at work. However, his hours are a little more flexible than mine. I work well over 40 hours a week, go to school, and take care of my dd. He works less than 40 hours a week and hits the bar.
Any ideas on how I can get him to see that he is in the wrong here? That he obviously needs more help than what he is getting? and that I am so far beyond stressed that I am ready to snap?
Answer by attap5 at 11:44 AM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by ItsMe89 at 12:11 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by 1smartcookie at 12:52 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
Answer by Ms.Gwen at 12:56 PM on Jun. 14, 2011
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