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    Default arguments?

    how often do you argue with your OH, we seem to be arguing quite alot over silly things, we only use to bicker

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    We had 6-7 months with no arguments but lately we argue very frequently depressed partner and me being stretched too thin to want to put up with the bs iykwim..

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    We go through stages. Sometimes we'll go months without an arguement. A little more since DS was born, nothing serious, just snapping at each other, obviously due to sleep deprivation. We make light of it though and do a little Hulk impression at the other person to let them know they're being a bit cranky pants lol. It just helps us realise that we're not in the best mood and helps lighten the atmosphere so we don't end up argueing for real.

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    .We argue a lot now. It feels like Sundays are specially reserved for arguments. He works six days a week rather than five by choice and I feel that he should help around the house occasionally like doing dishes, making sure laundry gets into the washing machine and rubbish gets taken out. But all he wants to do all Sunday is play Playstation. All day from 8am - 7pm.

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    A lot lately, and i don't think it's acceptable and getting effin over it!!

    The sulking when I ask him not to go out 3 nights in a row, is worse than letting him go then putting up with a tired/grumpy person the next morning and trying to get out the door on time for work.

    I honestly think sometimes life would be easier just my 2 y o and I living alone together...

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    Argue alot,

    Lately his favourite thing to do is to tell me to f**k off or shut the f**k up, i hear both several times a day
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    Default arguments?

    and to some of you!

    If my husband played play station on his only day off or told me to stfu, he would no longer be my husband!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirby star View Post
    Argue alot,

    Lately his favourite thing to do is to tell me to f**k off or shut the f**k up, i hear both several times a day
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    Please don't accept him saying this to you.

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    It varies...
    most of our arguments are just little things - generally started by me when I'm in a bad mood. It doesn't usually happen that often, but the last week or so (me being 35 weeks pregnant and often not in the best mood) there have been quite a few. He puts up with me quite well though, and we know they're nothing serious.
    Arguments which are more serious/need resolving are quite rare...I think the last one was somewhere around the beginning of the year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baracuda View Post
    Please don't accept him saying this to you.
    I have told him not to, i HATE even.more when he says it in front of our son.

    He has anger problems and flys off the handle punching things and taking off over small things like eg if i get annoyed cos his alarm is going of for no reason for an hour and a half at 2-3.30 am eventually waking ds and i fully, man he got the sh!ts that day


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