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Is he ea?

(27 Posts)
Bloodysuperwoman Thu 25-Jul-13 12:40:39

Been married for three years. Had a lot of stuff go on since being together,but feeling that I want out.
I have recently been made redundant from a longstanding job,so decent payout. I have accepted a new job which will be much more pressurised but better money. He will now have to do all nursery run & weekend cc. I do all housework,cooking,ironing etc. We both work full time.
The house is on the market as we need out,he has rowed with every neighbour. It's not where I want ds to grow up.
I said last night with trepidation that I was going out next week for the evening.He went mad that cc would be down to him & that he doesn't go out. No,because he doesn't want to & has no friends.
Since being with him I've no longer got close friends as such,no one comes to the home because he makes such an issue that it has become too much bother & it's embarrassing.
I'm 40,he's 50.

CogitoErgoSometimes Thu 25-Jul-13 14:03:13

Try to avoid being deliberately (or accidentally) antagonistic while you make your exit plan, and don't reveal too much information in advance. Like I say, the most dangerous time is when the bully thinks they have lost. You have to play it very carefully, keep your cards close to your chest and stay safe.

Bloodysuperwoman Thu 25-Jul-13 14:07:32

I will. I have to sell this place first,start the job & start to make plans.

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