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(6 Posts)
IncaAztec Thu 11-May-17 18:45:17

I was out today with DH. Asked him to go to the local shop to get some food. He bought something for him and I but nothing for our kids! I am sick to death of thinking for him and increasingly wonder if I would be better off alone?

Seeingadistance Thu 11-May-17 18:47:45

Were the kids with you at the time? What did he say when you asked him where their food was?

IncaAztec Thu 11-May-17 18:48:33

Yes! One was even next to him in the shop! He told me I had failed to tell him what to buy?

Pollydonia Thu 11-May-17 18:50:00

A one off or a pattern of behaviour?

IncaAztec Thu 11-May-17 18:51:59

Bit of both. I can't decide if he is deliberately ignorant or just can't be bothered. I increasingly feel it is a pattern of can't be arsed behaviour e.g. He recently started a few projects in the house and garden and they both seem to have stalled. I feel that if I wasn't there anymore, he would have to up his game a lot.

mylaststraw Sat 13-May-17 09:49:46

Same here a lot of the time - he just can't be bothered to listen properly and doesn't really think ahead in the same way as I tend to. Don't know why, but it really peeves me. So I have sympathy.

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