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    Is there some where can move to to give each other some space?

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    He's being a douche a complete douche. I would be out of there quick smart, you deserve so so much more

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    Thank you for all the responses. I really wasn't expecting so many! I have found since probably Christmas he has become more withdrawn. In November he decided to quit his job to spend more time with us then on Boxing Day his mum kicked his dad out which DF obviously didn't handle so well.
    We have discussed this many times and I think DF needs to see a counsellor or at least write his feelings down or something but he refuses to. I still don't think this is an excuse though. He has had many opportunities to go back full time and has turned them down.
    My mum and dad would both be welcoming to me to stay with them problem is they are a half hour drive away so if I have to get DS to daycare from there it's a half hour drive than an hour or so to work (back near my parents but in peak hour).
    I would love to sit down and have a chat with him (and perhaps an ultimatum) but I think I would need to flush his phone just so he wouldn't be distracted and listen to me!
    MIL is quite on my side she's actually surprised by his behaviour as she hasn't really seen it from him before. She is away at the moment though so didn't hear the blow up last night. I'm sure she would've given him a clip around the ears if she heard. Thank you again. A lot of thinking to do.

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    While your mil is not there is the best time to have it out. Just tell him over dinner that once bub is down you are going to sit and talk. If he says no then you have your answer. Go stay with your parents and see if he gets the point. If you are still there when mil gets back she will tell him what for.

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    Me: "hey babe can I talk to you"
    Him: "can you just leave me alone for 20 minutes (while playing a game on his phone)
    Me: "I've barely spoken to you all day I just need to talk to you"
    Him: "can you seriously just **** off"


    Welllll I think I know where I'm going tonight.

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    Oh hun I'm so sorry he is being like that. I really do think you need to leave. He doesn't even seem to care enough to see what is coming to him.

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    Wtf?? Who speaks to someone like that, let alone their loved one!

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    You don't have a DP. You have an AH. That is not a healthy relationship. Leave him

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    Get out of there sweetie you and Bub deserve way better. He should be watching his child while you work if he isn't working and wanted to spend more time with his family. Sounds like an excuse to be a complete slob. He brings nothing to the table from what I hear.

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    I think you and your son deserve so much better here.

    I would get out of this toxic relationship and go and stay with your parents. Whilst the daycare situation would be annoying at this time, at least if you stayed with your mum and dad, you could look for care options that are more convenient.

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