MagentaRose72 · 26/07/2017 01:44
I did, in front of my DH but the next time I saw him he was walking round with his flies wide open. I dont know if hes doing it on purpose so I pretended not to notice... I would tell him to go, but hes got nowhere at the mo due to his divorce, unfortunately :(
MagentaRose72 · 26/07/2017 08:52
I have told him, but he doesnt respect me or listen to anything I say. We've worked out that he's misogynistic so my husband is going to talk to him.
If it was just the pants, that would be bad enough but he's an emotional vampire. He never leaves me alone- and I work from home, so he's stopping me from doing my work. I've become ill as a result of the stress of his super clingingess and control issues.
blankface · 26/07/2017 10:39
Maybe he has early onset dementia? That can manifest by being sexually inappropriate. Maybe it's the strain of his divorce that's sent his behaviour in this direction?
Why not try to get him some help, wherever he goes, he'll be in trouble unless his behaviour is sorted out.
MagentaRose72 · 26/07/2017 11:13
He's not short of money, quite the opposite, though he did lead us to think he was poor. He's very definitely well off and holding up his divorce on purpose, unfortunately.
I would LOVE to think that's not the case, but sadly it is. He does not need a deposit, just a kick up the arse!! He won't accept help, or that he has a problem.
MagentaRose72 · 26/07/2017 11:26
I know I need to...but first my DH has to show he's onside so he can't play one off against the other. DH has been working loong hours...but should be able to talk to him this week. Unfortunately I think Father dear is a misogynist and so may take more notice of a man. So far he has ignored my Mum, my sister and myself. My brother doesnt have the guts to stand up to him.
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