Question: Who is in the wrong?
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Go out on his boss' boat this weekend with a couple of coworkers.
We just moved to this area a few months ago, I haven't made any friends except the disabled old lady next door, because I've been on bedrest and can't work or go out and do things.
He wants to go out on this boat out on Lake Michigan, where there is NO cell reception, and we only have one car. It's a 2 hour drive out to where the boat is docked, and they're planning on taking his car out there, and spending the entire day out on the lake, fishing and drinking beer.
I'm high risk, on bedrest, could go into labor at any time, and he wants to take our ONLY car 2 hours away and then spend the day being unreachable. He doesn't see why I have a problem with it. He thinks I'm trying to be controlling. He says that "it's a good bonding experience, I really need to get to know these guys better, and this is a great chance to do that!"
Yeah, that's fine and dandy, but they can have a bonding experience somewhere closer to home where I'm not stuck with no transportation or friends and family to help me out if I go into labor.
I feel that he is wrong, he feels that I am wrong.