I understand your frustration because I was in the same position for twenty years. I worked to pay the bills, while my ex-husband ran his own business. It was part of a bigger problem in our marriage. I started saving money until I could afford to leave. If that isn't an option for you, then I'd suggest having a conversation with him and let him know that it is not working for your family. Ask him to think of some ideas of how he can make money to help support the family.
My husband goes away with a group of men and it upsets me because i miss him and being unable to sleep. He has never told me what they do accept its to play golf but this last time i had a crisis at home and he wouldnt answer his phone for hours and when he finally did he was raging at me. This is my fault because i make him feel guilty about going. But he still goes and still says he shouldnt have to be contactable and that is normal. Then why do i feel so hurt by it?
Has he realized I am not the one? We dated for 4 years, married for almost 2 years with 7 month baby but He lies, smokes weed and always deny even with proof. Recently he spends more time out. When he is home he’s either sleeping or sited alone. 2weeks since I travel with the baby he hasn’t checked on us. Should I ask someone to check on him or should I be patient till I return maybe our time apart has allowed him to make up his mind on certain things.
My husband believes that he isn't good in bed and someone in my past was "it".. this is my fault from my secrets and exaggerations. Now our sex life is next to nothing. We are only 46 and I love this man more than anything. I've taken a lie detector test to prove to him but that didn't work. How do I fix this?
What appears to get spices for the recipe?: “Your spouse needs to connect with you on a physical level, whether you are in the mood or not.” What if the need for intimacy is the only way a man gets to remember he’s got to treat his wife well. “For example, think of your wife as a crockpot.” She might feel that’s the only thing her husband sees good in her as a result isn’t it a form of dissatisfaction?
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