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    Yes. Yes I do get angry. Glad other people do too. Makes me feel like less of a bish!

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    My other half is female but kinda the same. It must be just something that doesn't occur to the parent who works full time. If i need a break i have to organise it, like i have to say hun i'm not feeling well and i want to lay down. Wait for response which is usually oh ok but i was going to go to the shops/whatever in an hour or so. So i have a time limit for resting. Same deal for sleep ins. The kids always want me in the morning so its me that gets up every morning. It's annoying that it's a choice for them but for the primary caregiver its expected that even on days where your both home nothing changes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    My husband is so good at letting me rest when I'm sick...but I get angry when he is sick. It annoys me that he's sick and isn't able to function normally. I think I'm just really awful, though I'd make a terrible nurse!
    all of the above. I have little to no patience or tolerance for others when they're sick

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    Yes I do!


 

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