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    wow. I'm sorry.. this is just not okay! if he treats you like this now, will it be okay once you have kids and your body is even more different!?

    You are 23.... not 43, not 63... 23... probably around the same age as the girl doing the dance.. he has absolutely NO RIGHT to treat you like that.

    has this happened before? Does he do this regularly?

    Sorry, but personally if I was with someone who made me feel like that as a young, vibrant, 23 year old.. who hasn't even had kids yet... I would be really really questioning whether that's something i'd be willing to risk feeling like once kids came along... I'd leave honestly. That's just BS.

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    im so sorry hes acted like a jerk.
    id be having a serious chat about my marriage, and perhaps counselling as he sounds pretty mean, ignoring and excluding you.

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    I was amazed at the amount of hubbers that have comme nted. Thank you so much.

    Just to further clarify, I wrote this right after getting home last night. So was really upset and just trying to get my mind around it all. I have been waiting for everyone to leave to be able to talk to him about it.

    He is a very protective partner and has never treated me like this before and is completely out of character. We have been together for almost eight years and married for over two.

    We did have a table dance together at the club before, bit it was different as a couple, it was a new experience for me. He was attentive and worried about me that whole night.

    He has been different towards me sinve we had a mc last month at 5 weeks. I was feeling as though this may have been a continuation to all of that?

    I will be able to update more once I talk to him.

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