Would you be happy for your daughter to have a partner that speaks to her and treats her like that @BubblesK?
Forget about the party and take your girl and go. Seriously if you can't leave after a comment like that when when will you. That is the worst thing I have ever ever heard. I would have seriously packets dd in the car and left right there and then, what an absolute f u ing p ick
She's 1 she won't even remember the party. Have another one with people that love her not a daddy that treats his mummy like complete cr-p. seriously it's vile your husband is vile and I couldn't just be all sweety like its all ok when it's totally not.
Best Things (30-10-2014)
If it were me unless your dp is being physically abusive I would stay for the party. It's only a few days. When your dd is older she would probably like to look back on photos of her first birthday with both her parents. Use the extra time to plan your getaway.
Your daughter doesn't need a party she needs a mum that will stand up for herself. I'm sorry I'm just so mad for you xx
Hi OP, hope you are going ok.
I know how you're feeling; my now exH used to talk to me like that all the time. I put up with it for way too long. And like you, if I ever brought it up he would have an excuse for it, and yes of course it was always my fault!
He ended up walking out on me, but gee I can tell you that I am so much happier now. I feel like I am a good, worthy person now.
I definitely think you should stay for your DD's party, enjoy your day with her and your family and friends. There is no need to rush out right this second! Plus then if you cancel the party you'll have a lot of explaining to do to a lot of people, and you absolutely wouldn't need that if you've just left your relationship! Too stressful! Plus you'll be too stressed to enjoy your DD's birthday.
I do recommend you leave sometime soon though. No one deserves to be treated like that. You are worth more than that.
If this is how he is all the time, based on my experience, this aspect of his personality will never change. There's something called Narcissistic Personality Disorder. It's worth a Google to see if you recognise your husband in this. If so, honestly, I'd get yourself and your little girl away from there as soon as possible.
'that's only half a days work! You need to pick up your act and get more stuff done in the house'
that right there, I'd dump someones **** on the lawn if they spoke to me like that,
Ive been where you are and it took alot of courage to leave and I am a million times happier than I ever was back then.
these days I am single but I'd rather be single raising my two children than partnered raising two children and an adult child
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