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my husband acts like a weiner


Monday, October 24, 2011

I didnt use the word i meant to use!!!!He came home from work expecting superwoman dressed in her cape and tights!I had our grandkids today after school,what felt like a thousand errands,grocery shopping,house cleaning,laundry,gardening and I got behind and lost track of time....wooooo...by 15 minutes??He came in pouting,rude and openly angry his food wasnt hot and waiting on the table!I got so overwhelmed by him that I started crying and cleaning(what i do when pissed off)Now,he dont have a civil word for me like I sinned against humanity...so sad....we all choose how we react about what happens to us and being a pouty ass baby aint going to cut it..i have enough crap in my life and he goes and adds to it...hohum i am so sorry to vent to ya'll but im about to blow up.... emoticonSUSAN
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DEBLYNN323 10/26/2011 2:42PM

    emoticon .....OMG, I have to add you as a friend. Same story different day!!! emoticon

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SWEETYOUNGTHING 10/26/2011 6:14AM

    It's good to vent - that's what we're all here for.

Now that things have calmed down a bit can you talk to him about what he did, how he made you feel and how you reacted?? My DH is 57 and I don't see him changing anytime soon - he has his moods, too, that drive me crazy but I've learned to ignore it at the moment it's happening and then talking about it.

Dinner wasn't on the table when he got home? Think of all the people that are out on the streets looking through dumpsters for their meals. Get a grip buddy! (Sorry, I was imaging me saying that to my DH)

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MARTHASPARKS 10/25/2011 4:50PM

    Men are a different species. He's not mad at you, just at the world - so he brought it home to you. Don't we all do that to some degree? We give and give and give and show the world our best side while we are our worst at home. Why? Home is our safe place place; we know that the people there love us and accept us at our worst. I wonder: what would his reaction be if you showed him part of this blog - about why you ran late and how his reaction fueled yours...

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TYME2BME 10/25/2011 12:06PM

    Venting is good. I used to have a husband like that but finally learned to stand up for myself. I don't allow him to treat me that way any more. It took a while for him to realize pouting, puppy dog eyes or his other tricks wasn't going to work. Hope your husband learns to appreciate you, and realize all you do. Don't keep the anger in. Vent or do whatever is necessary to get the anger out.

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CRYSTLE4HIMTX10 10/25/2011 11:46AM

    Sorry emoticon

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HICKOK-HALEY 10/25/2011 1:16AM

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FIFIFRIZZLE 10/25/2011 12:53AM

    Oh.
Oh!
I didn't realise, I am so blessed with my DH, he is an angel in comparison. Maybe not even in comparison.
He would never dream of demanding anything from me I didn't freely give.
He is younger than I am, so maybe it is a generational thing, not to expect women to be his servants. And maybe also, his mother brought him up to be a true gentleman.

But he does have the kind of job he cannot leave at the door, so he brings his work home quite a lot.

Is this the way your husbands bring their work back with them?

Anyway I am going to hurry to fix myself up and put the kettle on so I can make DH a nice cup of tea for when he walks in the door.

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SHASSYSUE2 10/24/2011 11:05PM

    Vent away!!! I have the same kind of Hubby!! I don't know why but since the day I married him, which will be 16 years on Friday, when he comes home from work, he is hateful!! I am NOT allowed to talk to him, hug him, or look at him when he first gets in. Now when his daughters lived with us THEY could hug him, but I could not. Our Son is not allowed to speak to him either. It drives ME crazy!! But, I have been doing this for so long, I am used to it.... I hope your night got better!!!

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FUNKYG1 10/24/2011 10:38PM

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You are right, men do act like weiners and whiners. Next time he acts like this, tell him he can do your job on a day like today. I know my DH thought I had it easy just after our first daughter was born. Then I got very ill and he had to stay home from work to look after the baby and me. We had a washing machine but no dryer and baby girl was allergic to the pampers so it was cloth diapers, which had to be washed every day. The only thing he did not have to do was feed her as I was nursing. I got better after 1.5 weeks and he was so grateful to be going back to work, where he could get some rest.lol

Men, can't live with them and can't live without them.

Nora

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