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my husband brother said he wouldn't be with someone like me lol

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my husband brother has been texting him all day about the new gun he got, he has like 20 guns. He asked my husband when are you going to get a gun, and my husband was like you know how she is, she isn't going to let me get a gun. So his brother was like i wouldn't be with someone who tell me what to do and i wouldn't be with someone who won't let me have a gun. Mia let me get whatever i want. I told my husband good for him, and good that he don't have to be with me either. because i wouldn't be with someone who was always cheating on his wife ( exwife, he cheated on his exwife about 15 times, even with is current wife) i wouldn't be with someone who lied when we got together and told me he had no kids when he in fact had 2. ( he told his now current wife that he was single and didn't have kids, when he was married and had 2 kids, she found out about the kids because of me). His brother even tried to talk me into letting my husband have a gun. It has been like this since i met my husband 12 years ago when we met i had a 1 year old daughter, i told him as long as our kids are in the house i will not have a gun in my house, when our children grow up he can have as many guns as he wants but until they are 18 there will be nothing more than a bb gun in my house. Before anyone asks why, my husband i do not think is a responsible gun owner, right now his BB gun is sitting in my living room in the same spot it has been sitting for 2 days, i have asked him to put it back in the bedroom and he still hasn't done it, 4 days ago it was sitting on top of my washer after asking him for 3 days to put it back up, i end up putting it back up. My daddy loved guns never owned one until i moved out of the house, he got like 5 of them when i moved out. i don't like guns and i don't want them around my kids. i have thought my kids about gun safety, because of how many guns my brother-in-law has; but i do not feel comfrontable with a gun in my own home.
Posted by Anonymous on Dec. 29, 2012 at 8:52 PM
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Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:20 PM
actually my husband brother tried to sleep with me 2 times.
Quoting Anonymous:

My husband's brother slept with me so I guess he would have someone like me.

alexsmomma06
by Platinum Member on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:22 PM

And that is your choice. But again, I wouldn't be with someone who didn't want me to be able to protect myself or my family. And yes, you setting up this rule, makes him a child. Again, I wouldn't be in a relationship with someone who treated me like a child.

This is your rule, own it. Did you honestly expect to come on here and get nothing but encouragement and love? lol, are you new to CM?

Quoting Anonymous:

how is me not allowing a gun in my home setting up rule like he was a child, having a gun in our home not only affects him but affect me and my children as well. what you see as setting up rule like he was a child; i see as me protecting my children. so if it mean treating him like a child to protect our children, the so be it. I am not comfrontable with guns in my home and he knew this from day one.
Quoting alexsmomma06:

I wouldn't marry someone who felt they had to set up 'rules' for me like I was a child, telling me what I could or could not do.


Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:27 PM


Quoting Anonymous:

 

just like i told my bil good thing i didn't have to marry me .

A means to protect our family, please explain to me how having a gun lock in one place, bullets locked in another place is means to protecting your family. do you really think you will have time to unlock the gun, get it, unlock the bullets and get them, load the gun when someone breaks into your house.




 

Do you seriously think responsible gun owners who EVER expect to use guns as a form of protection do that?

I have drawn my gun on an intruder. Just cocking the damn thing caused the effer to make a hasty retreat. And that, my dear, was a 12 gauge pump action.

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:29 PM
no i have been a member of cafemom since 2007 and i never said that i was expecting encouragement i know there are bitches who won't agree with me and i really don't give a fuck. and like i said i am not treating him like a child, i am protecting my children so there isn't anything to own. Telling my husband he can't watch porn is telling him what to do, telling him who to be friends with is telling him what to do and treating him like a child, telling him I AM NOT comfrontable with a gun in my home is not treating him like a child it is protecting my children. Yes this is a rule, and has been a rule since we met.
Quoting alexsmomma06:

And that is your choice. But again, I wouldn't be with someone who didn't want me to be able to protect myself or my family. And yes, you setting up this rule, makes him a child. Again, I wouldn't be in a relationship with someone who treated me like a child.

This is your rule, own it. Did you honestly expect to come on here and get nothing but encouragement and love? lol, are you new to CM?

Quoting Anonymous:

how is me not allowing a gun in my home setting up rule like he was a child, having a gun in our home not only affects him but affect me and my children as well. what you see as setting up rule like he was a child; i see as me protecting my children. so if it mean treating him like a child to protect our children, the so be it. I am not comfrontable with guns in my home and he knew this from day one.
Quoting alexsmomma06:

I wouldn't marry someone who felt they had to set up 'rules' for me like I was a child, telling me what I could or could not do.


Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:32 PM
I wouldn't marry someone like you either.
We have lots of guns in this house. There is such a thing as gun safes etc- it's called being a responsible gun owner. Our kids don't even know where the gun safe is. There's also gun safety classes you can take to be sure you know your safety with them. I've taken it so I was more comfortable with the guns in my house. My only "rule" is that all weapons be locked up at all times.

Eh to each their own.
Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:42 PM


Quoting Anonymous:

 telling him I AM NOT comfrontable with a gun in my home

does he rent from you?

Apple11
by Bronze Member on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:46 PM
To each their own I guess. I'm not the biggest fan of guns but we do have one here. Dh & I are the only ones who know where it is locked up at in our room. If we hear someone breaking into our home it won't take long for either of us to get the gun. I don't ever want to have to shoot anyone but if I'm threatned and its us or them, I'm pulling the trigger.
Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:47 PM

 

Quoting Anonymous:

 

Quoting Anonymous:

 telling him I AM NOT comfrontable with a gun in my home

does he rent from you?

 see what you are not getting is that  I LIVE IN THIS HOUSE TOO. So as long as he live in the same house as i do, which at the time happen to be MY HOME TOO, there will not be a gun in my home until my kids are grown. it has been that way for 12 years and will not change. he was fine with it then.

banana-bear
by on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:50 PM

Husband brother? Is that like a sister wife?

Anonymous
by Anonymous on Dec. 29, 2012 at 9:52 PM


Quoting Anonymous:

 

Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting Anonymous:

 telling him I AM NOT comfrontable with a gun in my home

does he rent from you?

 see what you are not getting is that  I LIVE IN THIS HOUSE TOO. So as long as he live in the same house as i do, which at the time happen to be MY HOME TOO, there will not be a gun in my home until my kids are grown. it has been that way for 12 years and will not change. he was fine with it then.

Yeah- you emphsized "MINE" three times. You are controlling and treating him like a child. If it's ok with him, fine. As suggested before as long as you take ownership of your behavior...

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