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02-05-2013 20:12 #71
02-05-2013 20:22 #72
02-05-2013 20:22 #73
Love my man dearly but...
Shocking communicator - when he has a problem he likes ignoring me for days on end. Sigh. Also cannot say sorry for things he's done (thank you FIL)
Tends to take me and all I do with our kids for granted because he works long hours in a very demanding job. Guess what DH I work too and these kids are freaking hard work!
Can be jealous
Gets used by his family all.the.time
I'd better stop now lol!!!!
Last edited by Chippa; 02-05-2013 at 20:27.
02-05-2013 21:08 #74
He is not lazy and always happy to help, but only does't finish everything. Like if I ask him to clean the kitchen he will put the food away, do the dishes and not do the bench. Or taking the rubbish means taking out everything but the recycling. I think he is just blind to certain things.
02-05-2013 21:18 #75
So forgetful and it drives me bonkers
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03-05-2013 15:11 #76Senior Member
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selfishness. At first I couldn't pick between laziness and sulking but then I realised they come under the selfish umbrella. These behaviours are selfish when you have a child and a pregnant wife.
03-05-2013 15:35 #77
Mine can be a bit selfish without realizing. The other night I was trying to get our 9 week old baby to sleep but she was screaming the house down. He has disappeared to the toilet and had been gone for about 30 minutes and bub screamed this whole time so I wanted him to come help me. I yelled out over the crying baby, "pooing takes heaps less time when you're not playing games on your phone!" Then 30 seconds later the toilet flushes so that's obviously what he was doing. I didn't want him to take her so I could go sit on my a$$, I needed to cook dinner and tidy up the house and the 10 million other things I can't get done during the day with a baby who doesn't like sleep!
07-05-2013 12:47 #78
Hmmmmm I don't know if this is really that bad but he can be quite clingy and possessive at times and can get jealous easily...also he talks too much and doesn't shut up lol. He talks during sex, movies, fav tv shows, he even talks in his sleep, and I mean he'll have full on conversations with himself lmao..sometimes I just like silence...he's a great guy but yeah...those two things annoy the living crap outta me.
Oh and he can be selfish in the bedroom at times too which I have spoken to him about.
07-05-2013 12:56 #79
His lack of attention to things. If it doesn't interest him, he pays little to no attention to it. And so doesn't give a toss.
07-05-2013 13:59 #80
Expects the house to be perfect but doesn't do anything to help make or keep it that way.
Obsessed with giving DS and I everything, which has turned him into a workaholic. I don't need things, I just need you home.
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