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    We had a similar problem with DS he kept waking constantly coming into our room i even tried putting him in bed with us which defiently did not work and only caused more problems for our relationship plus lack of sleep with a toddlers arms and legs in both of our faces not to mention then DS started getting use to the bed that he would then not even go in his own bed. I then started sleeping in his bed just to get some sleep but that too never worked and he then expected it every night so that left us the only option we could think of was to put a baby gate on his door and for about 3-4nights he would scream at it for about 30mins then eventually hop in his bed, then after the 4th night we never had another problem he would happily go in his bed and stay in there he is a great sleeper now and will only wake if he has a bad dream then i go in to tuck him back in im glad we found the right solution for us even tho i felt bad at first but he still has the baby gate on now and is fine with it .
    I don't think we can really judge these parents unless you have been in that exact situation. I think they also chose the safest option for their son because what would have happened if he hurt himself bad from coming out of his room would they then have wished they did something more to protect their son and keep him from leaving the room.

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    Default I locked our toddler in his room every night to save my marriage

    My aunty and uncle used to do it with our cousin. They used to lock him in in the dark and he'd scream and cry and bang the door down hysterical and eventually fall asleep on the floor at the door exhausted. We used to come and visit a few times a year from interstate and it used to distress my mum so much she used to go and get him and he'd sleep on the lounge with her, not a peep out of him. They would be having dinner with him screaming at his bedroom door hysterical.

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    Default Re: I locked our toddler in his room every night to save my marriage

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...-sex-YEAR.html

    This is another article by this man..

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    Default I locked our toddler in his room every night to save my marriage

    I felt sick reading that. Disgusting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boobycino View Post
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/ar...-sex-YEAR.html

    This is another article by this man..

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    I see no problem with this one either. Brutally honest. No sugar coating. He also, in my opinion, is showing his feelings for his wife in an open and honest way.

    DP has already told me that he does NOT want to look 'down there' while I am giving birth....I have no problems with this because frankly even I dont want to look down there, so why would anyone else way to??

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    Many of our friends weren’t so lucky, and their babies drove them to break up. Stephen, 41, a stockbroker, said watching his wife breastfeeding turned him off sex. 'I felt my wife’s body was no longer mine, and never would be again,' he told me.
    To his subsequent shame, he began an affair with one of her colleagues: 'I guess I looked elsewhere for confirmation that I still "had it".'
    I would never have left Diana. But I wish I’d found the courage to open up about my feelings before I did.



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    Exactly the paragraph that stood out to me *vomit*.

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    Default I locked our toddler in his room every night to save my marriage

    Subscribing to read later.

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    These were his friends feelings and relationships, not his. How is that used against him???

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    Its his words that "their babies drove them to break up"

    The babies didn't do anything except be fed. His friend had an affair... i suspect that might have had something to do with their break up.

    I think just in the context of him delivering his wife an ultimatum after SHE got up 37 times to this son - i dunno - maybe I'm reading too much into the wording.

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