Is there a for dummies video or other video resource for partners on how to not get themselves killed while their wife is pregnant? Even better, how to be a better partner and not a d1ckhead while mummy is gestating? If I wasn't so bloody angry at him, I'd be worried for his safety 😡
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14-11-2015 08:50 #1
DH is driving me nuts
14-11-2015 09:25 #2
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16-11-2015 15:19 #3
16-11-2015 15:28 #4Senior Member
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I reckon I was about 30 weeks when my DH realized I was actually growing a human. Keep reminding him. Loudly and often. He'll get it eventually. In the meantime vent away!
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16-11-2015 16:10 #5
Lol yes. My DH actually said to me the other day 'I know you're pregnant and all, but I am tired too' (in reference to cleaning kitchen after I had just done all the cooking etc).
Ahem. You don't get to be tired while I am pregnant DH. Your tiredness is a drop in the ocean compared to what I feel every single night. And yet you still complain that I am not up for getting jiggy-with-it when you finally crawl into bed at 10:30pm?!
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16-11-2015 16:17 #6Senior Member
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He has told me to take it easy more often lately. He does see how tired I am with this pregnancy and a toddler.
BUT still - they don't get it. Never will I guess unless they go through it. Just keep telling them. Shove books articles toward them to read about what pregnancy does etc.
And vent on here!
16-11-2015 16:30 #7
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16-11-2015 17:24 #8
Sometimes I feel alone in this pregnancy. My DP is a good man and all but I feel like i am not allowed to be tired or upset about stupid **** because I also suffer from depression so he feels like life is no different from what it was before. I went off anti depressants at his request as this is his first baby, so I feel like I have to deal with my feelings all by myself. I feel like i can't talk to him about how i feel about stuff because he will say, oh yeah the same old sh!t.
16-11-2015 17:26 #9
16-11-2015 17:35 #10
I feel better for being off the anti depressants but i find it extremely hard when my partner doesn't understand me. He tells me to get over sh!t. We aren't really talking at the moment. I am 24 weeks pregnant with his first child (i have two from a previous marriage). I am sick of talking to him because he doesn't really try to understand me. Just puts everything down to me being difficult and picking fights.
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