STUPID STUPID HUSBAND WON T HELP

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lovesing - August 10

Ha! I have heard that one...

 

mum2bubba - August 6

One word: Divorce. Seriously. You may as well be a single mother, you already are looking after your child as well as a man child. Show him the door. That's what I'd do.

 

BuckeyeGirl00 - November 12

First off I'm glad I found this site. I know I'm not the only one now. I have been married 4 years but been with my hubby for 10 years we were HS Sweathearts. I am 28 and he's 29, we have recently started talking about having a baby but there's some uncertainty on my end see I have a hubby that loves Video games always has and I would never take that away from him, he does things when I ask him but I wish I didn't have to ask all the time. Anyway my uncertainty stems from him knowing that a baby takes priority over games he tells me can can juggle both but I have my doubts a new game starts at $60 and all he can say is I can think of is preordering his games and making payments which is smart but with if we needed that money I can't get a sense of security from him on where his priorities ly and that scares me, I love him he is good to me and we have fun together but like everyones elseon here I'm the keeper of the house, I love it when out of the blue he does things around the house and wish he did that more and I do thank him when he does. But having a baby is something I so want I just get mixed signals from him with how much responsibility it will be all he says us I want kids but I'll never stop playing games, well stopping him is not at all my intention I play them with him sometimes, I just need to feel from him that the games will come after a family and family must be first. I have no doubt he will make a good Dad I've seen him with kids that just love him. I'm just so scared he won't sacrifice buying a game for me or a baby if the need came about. Another thing that is sad is we know a married couple with kids and both parents are gamers and they play more than being parents what I can say from that is my hubby is not that bad and I don't think he would get that way I just need to feel he understands sacrifices that could have to be made for a baby. This is a difficult thing for me and I've read all your stories on here it makes me feel better that I'm not alone.

 

fatherof6 - January 11

Ladies, I came to this forum doing a search for how can I help my grumpy pregnant wife be more cheerful... I saw this discussion and wanted to just say help your man to understand by talking to him. We love to fix things, to work out issues etc. Give him something to do, a list even that would be helpful if he will agree to it. Some of you do sound like you married lazy guys, I don't know that you can change that but you can at least make your concerns known directly. We don't like or understand hints, just give it to us straight! Hope you can all get some help, my wife is pregnant with our sixth child and I know how rough it is to be pregnant from watching and talking to my wife about it. Hang in there, ask for time for yourself from your husband and remember how much he loves you, we do we just don't know how to express it while you are pregnant and generally aren't interested in us physically for 12+ months. Guys really do show and experience love in physical affection and it's super tough as a man to go through pregnancy where your wife suddenly is repulsed by your touch, let alone even the thought of s_x. my two bits!

 

moonflower - February 26

My heart goes out to all who have a husband who is not supportive. I have been married for five years and I'm 26. I have three older brothers, a sperm-donor father and a deceased step-dad. If I only knew then what I know now I never would have gotten married. My husband changed soon after I married him and only thinks about himself. I have worked seven days a week working 12 hours days. He has his own car and expects me to drive him around but throws a fit if I want to stop at one single place for two minutes. Even when he didn't work he didn't lift a finger. And yes, he plays video games. I am never getting married again. I pity the women who would date any of my brothers and my husband is so immature I really miss my step-dad who would laugh at him if he were alive. I think if you are pregnant no one needs to be telling you that you are too emotional either or it so tough for other people having to deal with emotional pregnant women. If you weren't emotional you would probably leave and take all his toys. Take us for granted, please. There are a few man worth dedicating your life to and they are scarce. So, for all of those tired of hanging on, use us up and set us free.

 

moonflower - February 26

My heart goes out to all who have a husband who is not supportive. I have been married for five years and I'm 26. I have three older brothers, a sperm-donor father and a deceased step-dad. If I only knew then what I know now I never would have gotten married. My husband changed soon after I married him and only thinks about himself. I have worked seven days a week working 12 hours days. He has his own car and expects me to drive him around but throws a fit if I want to stop at one single place for two minutes. Even when he didn't work he didn't lift a finger. And yes, he plays video games. I am never getting married again. I pity the women who would date any of my brothers and my husband is so immature I really miss my step-dad who would laugh at him if he were alive. I think if you are pregnant no one needs to be telling you that you are too emotional either or it so tough for other people having to deal with emotional pregnant women. If you weren't emotional you would probably leave and take all his toys. Take us for granted, please. There are a few man worth dedicating your life to and they are scarce. So, for all of those tired of hanging on, use us up and set us free.

 

moonflower - February 26

My heart goes out to all who have a husband who is not supportive. I have been married for five years and I'm 26. I have three older brothers, a sperm-donor father and a deceased step-dad. If I only knew then what I know now I never would have gotten married. My husband changed soon after I married him and only thinks about himself. I have worked seven days a week working 12 hours days. He has his own car and expects me to drive him around but throws a fit if I want to stop at one single place for two minutes. Even when he didn't work he didn't lift a finger. And yes, he plays video games. I am never getting married again. I pity the women who would date any of my brothers and my husband is so immature I really miss my step-dad who would laugh at him if he were alive. I think if you are pregnant no one needs to be telling you that you are too emotional either or it so tough for other people having to deal with emotional pregnant women. If you weren't emotional you would probably leave and take all his toys. Take us for granted, please. There are a few man worth dedicating your life to and they are scarce. So, for all of those tired of hanging on, use us up and set us free.

 

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