Read the book "why does he do that" by L Bancroft. I think your husband may be manipulating you and sounds very entitled. Good luck
ETA - if you're walking on eggshells around his temper, he could be emotionally and or verbally abusive. Therapy for abusive men is often twisted by the man to justify his abusive behaviours. This is something my ex did well and I'm only just realising it now. So many of OP's comments resonated with me and my previous relationship.
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28-06-2016 05:52 #31
Feeling angry, frustrated, hurt and alone
Last edited by Waggers70; 28-06-2016 at 06:00.
28-06-2016 07:11 #32
04-07-2016 13:08 #33
I, too, believe there is some type of emotional/verbal abuse going on with all the criticising and the put downs etc that he subjecting you to when things aren't up to his impossible standards.
I think you would benefit from some counselling if you could find the time to fit it into your already overloaded schedule!!! Can you get a cleaner in the meantime to help ease the load off your shoulders a bit on the home front?? It's obvious your useless, lazy, a/hole of a husband isn't going to help you, so you need to take charge yourself. Hire a cleaner!!!
You, my dear, are not in a partnership with this man like you should be, like what marriage is supposed to be. He is not doing his 50% of the parenting like he should be nor is he doing his 50% of domestic duties either!!! He is not being a loving, caring and kind husband to you who treats you with dignity and respect either like he should be and like you deserve to be treated. Frankly, it's also not good role modelling for your daughter either on how a woman should be treated by a man.
I think the time has come where you need to stand your ground. Either he goes to counselling with you to sort his behaviour out and learn how to support you in the way he should be or else you need to seriously think of leaving.
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