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    He doesn't want to know me. He wants me to meet someone else. Says he's the cause of all my problems.(

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    He isn't though from the sounds of it... Could hubby just be a bit worn out with all the worry? Sounds like he needs to recharge his batteries. I think a special relaxation great for hubby is in order (weekend away, boys trip, date night, do men like massages?).

    Don't give up Frenchie, a bit of re-kindling can spark the fire again...

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    No he isn't the cause. I've been sick nearly all my life, it just all came to a head. I mean there are things he has done to let me down but overall of probably be dead if it wasn't for him. He is convinced I need to meet someone else. As if.

    He doesn't have any friends otherwise I would love to send him on a fishing trip. He doesn't trust anyone. He deals with manipulative, lying, dysfunctional clients and staff all day everyday and had out me in that same basket. I'm off to Sydney this weekend with my two girls and I have gotten staff to work so he can relax with the three boys and go fishing or 4wd or something, I hope they do. He would probably enjoy a massage, I might book him in.

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    I'm really sorry to hear that .

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    How are you going?

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    Hey, thanks for checking. I'm ok. Really Up and down. So so so busy at the moment with work and kids dance concerts and gym competitions and school and social stuff. Relationship is up and down. Will update more laterxxx

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    I don't know how you do it. I have one toddler and am working full time but hubby helps out. And when I have too many weekend/extra curricular activities I get stressed. So I limit them. I don't know how you do it!

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    I'm an extra curricular psycho. Nine year old does 11.5 hours a week of gymnastics, and it flows from there, 25 dance rehearsals in the last 35 days, school reading, swimming obviously, horse riding lessons, work, hubby helps out we just never get time together or time to stop, but the kids and I love every minute of it really. It's all good stuff. It's 'good' busy but there isn't any down time ATM. They do come home after six every afternoon and go out the back and climb trees and jump on the tramp in the dark and first thing in the morning too so they still do the free play. Having said that, bring on the six weeks school holidays! I cannot wait!

    Massive weekend with gym comp? Dance rehearsals and dance concert and this morning I had a breakdown. I got all the kids ready by 7.20 and we went to work and I just started sobbing like my whole body was convulsing. I felt like there were so many bad emotions inside me that I was going to start throwing up and never stop. Hubby is great. He took the day off and sent me home alone to rest, bless him. Last night I thought we were going to split again, not fighting just issues but today he has come through as my knight is shining armour. I will have to go to work from 3.30-5 to teach in the pool but we have said no extra curricular this arvo, the kids can just come and muck around in the pool and come home with me at 5 and cook a BBQ or something for dinner. I have tomorrow off so I will just do in class reading in dd1 and dd2's classes and hang out with dd2 and ds3
    For the day.

    Sorry for the pretty much pointless essay, good place for me to get stuff out I guess xx

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    Far out you are a busy lady! I would honestly not be able to cope with your workload. Is there anyway you can get extra help when you are busy withe work? (Weren't you going to get a cleaner? How about a babysitter?

    Looking from the outside in your DH sounds like he is a great guy. Give him an extra cuddle and kiss tonight and tell him how much you appreciate him. And get on with planning that date

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    Quote Originally Posted by VicPark View Post
    Far out you are a busy lady! I would honestly not be able to cope with your workload. Is there anyway you can get extra help when you are busy withe work? (Weren't you going to get a cleaner? How about a babysitter?

    Looking from the outside in your DH sounds like he is a great guy. Give him an extra cuddle and kiss tonight and tell him how much you appreciate him. And get on with planning that date
    I second that!


 

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