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    I don't know what else to sa except that I'm so sorry your relationship has turned out this way. It isn't fair to you and it isn't fair to your DD.

    Here are as many hugs as you can handle

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    Sounds hard
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    Sounds like counseling is the way to go then. Hopefully he will agree and you can get things where they should be.

    Good luck and remember you can always vent on here!

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    Good luck hun your a strong woman I would have bailed long ago.

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    I would HIGHLY suggest relationship counselling. The counsellor will address this problem instantly, and perhaps help him to recognise how his actions are affecting you, and the family unit. The counsellor will also challenge him on why he feels so entitled to more sleep etc. You might find that he has a completely different perception of the whole relationship, which the counsellor can explore with you both. There may also be deeper, underlying problems within himself which might need to be addressed.

    It's easy for people on here to tell you to get rid of him, but at the end of the day you are the one who is in a relationship with him, you are the one with a history with him. And you said you love him- so if you want to fix it, then counselling is the way to go.

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    no advice, just hugs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post
    I would HIGHLY suggest relationship counselling. The counsellor will address this problem instantly, and perhaps help him to recognise how his actions are affecting you, and the family unit. The counsellor will also challenge him on why he feels so entitled to more sleep etc. You might find that he has a completely different perception of the whole relationship, which the counsellor can explore with you both. There may also be deeper, underlying problems within himself which might need to be addressed.

    It's easy for people on here to tell you to get rid of him, but at the end of the day you are the one who is in a relationship with him, you are the one with a history with him. And you said you love him- so if you want to fix it, then counselling is the way to go.
    This is spot on.


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    Angry I hear you


    My fiance is very similar. I do everything!!!!! Even when I'm sick, injured or on my birthday I can't even get an effing sleep in!!!!!!!!!!!

    We r constantly fighting, have been for ages, he thinks it's still ok to party like he did when he was single blah blah blah.

    I would leave if i were you. I wish i had your courage. Good luck, whatever the outcome


 

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