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DH just stormed out ...

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Disenchanted3 Tue 07-Jul-09 23:17:31

am coming to the end of my tether, as my gran would say.

Its all downs and very few ups.

I've had a seriously stressful day, kids playing up, admittedly I've been in a foul mood but 10:30pm comes around I'm just finishing off in the kitchen as his mate rings (his mate who happens to be my sisters ex, who is fucking off to live at the other end of the country and leaving his baby son)

and what does DH do??

Invites him round to watch the programme we've been planning to watch all night hmm

So I just lost it, so I don't blame him for walking out as I lost it TBH, but its months of felling like this spilling out.

I just wanted 5 fucking minutes with him, to relax, talk and watch the TV.

Hes gone

and I cant find the keys so can't lock the door,

so have to put the bolt on,

which means I have to stay up till he comes home or he'll be locked out.

No phone with him.

Im really upset, I feel like we've run out course but are just to afraid to move on.

PlumBumMum Tue 07-Jul-09 23:21:54

sad disenchanted3

PlumBumMum Tue 07-Jul-09 23:23:36

Sorry that wasn't very helpful post but can't think of anything at the minute

Disenchanted3 Tue 07-Jul-09 23:24:57

Lol, you made me laugh at least

PlumBumMum Tue 07-Jul-09 23:29:03

Glad it made you smile I'm one of those people who likes to say are you sure its not a rough patch,
and having 3 dcs is stressful etc etc
but your op didn't sound like thats what you needed to hear right now!smile

muffle Tue 07-Jul-09 23:29:09

Don't know the whole story of what's going on with your DH but just to say, that behaviour would have made me blardy furious too! I hate it when DP invites someone to something that was meant to be just us - hate it.

Disenchanted3 Wed 08-Jul-09 00:05:16

Hes got his phone but not answering now angry

Meglet Wed 08-Jul-09 00:21:30

you poor thing. I'd lock the door and go to bed, he's going to be ok at his mates for the night and he can't just flounce in and out whenever he feels like it. Please don't lose any sleep waiting up for him. Anyway, if you're both stressed and over tired then sleep is probably better than staying up arguing if he comes back. Maybe text him to say the door is going to be locked (unless he's coming home now) and tell him you need to have some time to talk tomorrow.

PlumBumMum Wed 08-Jul-09 11:04:08

How are you this morning Disenchanted3?

Pixiepie1972 Wed 08-Jul-09 11:25:50

He's acting like a child. Not had his own way so throws a tantrum

I'd have locked the door and gone to bed. If he couldn't have got in he shouldn't have gone out.

He's manipulating you.

ilove Wed 08-Jul-09 11:28:38

How are things this morning?

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