I really don't see the big deal. My kids are sleeping at 5 am anyway, so what is to be taken care of at that time? I trust my DH though, so I know he's not cheating or getting trashed. He's just chillin out with friends so, i guess it's just not a big deal to me... The only thing that would upset me would be if he didn't communicate with me. If I thought he'd be home hours ago and he isn't answering his phone, but even then, my concern would be more that I'd be worried he got in an accident or something...
ONLY if we are pissed at each other would he stay out like that, he leaves and i dont think much of him coming back. Does or does not in that situation it does not matter. Otherwise NEVER would he or I be out that late for any other reason except ER visit.
Absolutely not! DH would quickly find all his shit tossed out into the driveway if he did that!
No, we are adults and he has a job and responsibilities. Staying out that late is irresponsible.
I think it is very disrespectful. Unless there is a damn good reason, it is not appropriate.
I'm Samantha. SAHM & F/T student. Momma to 3 gorgeous boys & 1 on the way.
hell no he better be home by 1 at latest
Me & my hubby have an understanding that we shouldn't tell each other what to do. I honestly wouldn't like him telling me when to come home & what to do. We both go out with our own friends & sometimes stay out late. He's out with his friends right now watching the fight & its 10pm where I am. I think its really important to have your own time outside of your relationship. I need my girl time. Everyone is different though. What works for me dosn't have to work for anyone else.
This. Also, while I have complete trust in him, I'd be up all night worrying about him and if he was safe, and all the drunks on the road. He worries about me the same way.
Quoting Heather2001:No, we are adults and he has a job and responsibilities. Staying out that late is irresponsible.
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