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    Default My husbands BAD behaviour.

    Totally not normal. Please seek advice from a counsellor to start to get on top of this.

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    H$ll no that's not acceptable! If my partner treated me like that he would find himself to be my ex partner very fast.
    You deserve better and are worth more than him.
    What type of relationship does your sister have if she believes this is the norm?

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    Tbh, it doesn't matter if it's normal behaviour or not - if it's making you unhappy and he's unwilling to change or be open to discussion about your feelings, then there is an issue.

    I agree with PP, it's worth looking into narcissistic personalities. They are very difficult people to live with.

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    You deserve to be respected and not spoken to this way! And your sister should have been supportive of the way you are feeling and for your concerns about the way you are being treated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Tbh, it doesn't matter if it's normal behaviour or not - if it's making you unhappy and he's unwilling to change or be open to discussion about your feelings, then there is an issue.

    I agree with PP, it's worth looking into narcissistic personalities. They are very difficult people to live with.
    This.
    Normal or not, his wife, the mother of his child, the love of his life is unhappy. And he's completely disregarding that.
    Ignore those in your life who tell you all husbands are like that. They're not.
    If you don't want to rush into anything, seek out some counselling to talk about building your confidence and to help work out a plan from here on.
    I hope you're ok x

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    People who "love" other people, don't treat them like that. I hope you find the strength to leave if you think he can't change, because you deserve better than that.

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    Why is this so common? It seems every second person on bubhub has a husband who treats them like ****. It's time everybody stands up and says this is not ok. It's not ok for you, your kids or the family and friends that deal with the fall out. Hugs. Please talk to him and tell him it's not ok and you won't stand for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilypily View Post
    Why is this so common? It seems every second person on bubhub has a husband who treats them like ****. It's time everybody stands up and says this is not ok. It's not ok for you, your kids or the family and friends that deal with the fall out. Hugs. Please talk to him and tell him it's not ok and you won't stand for it
    I think it comes down to, if you have a wonderful husband you don't need to start threads to work out your feelings.

    It can be extremely hard to stand up to someone you care for. I hope you can find the courage xo

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    Every relationship has a different 'normal'.. This is not our normal.

    However, if you stay in a relationship like this for too long, it does become your 'normal' & you start to accept the behavior as your life. I've watched plenty of friends make excuses for their unhealthy relationships.

    Please leave if you aren't happy, you don't deserve to spend the rest of your life unhappy.


 

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