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Anyone else sick of their DH?

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Iwasneveragoddess · 27/12/2019 15:35

Or is it just me?

He’s behaved like such a knob over Christmas seriously considered leaving him.


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Am I being unreasonable?


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Igotthemheavyboobs · 29/12/2019 13:59

What are you getting out of this relationship? Sounds fucking awful, cannot understand why someone would stay with a person who clearly had zero respect for them

BoxOfBabyCheeses · 29/12/2019 14:07

@Iwasneveragoddess it matters because if your children started the arguement, swore at him and disrespected him in his own home then I understand his reaction. Even more so if you stood by and said nothing.

If your DH caused the arguement then he needs to take responsibility.

Iwasneveragoddess · 29/12/2019 17:40

My husband isn’t “a shag” or “cock”.

I have a great relationship with my adult kids who have left home and they are open about what they think of my husband.

I have never ever put him before them and they know that.

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drinkygin · 29/12/2019 19:10

By your own admission OP he caused a fight with your daughter and regularly “targets” your children yet you stay with him. You are undeniably 100% putting him before your children. You’re sending them the message that he can treat them like shit and you think it’s ok.
You say they don’t resent you but I can promise you that they do. Or they will in future.

Neverender · 29/12/2019 19:17

Get rid OP. Kicked mine out in June. He's in the pub whilst also saying he can't pay his maintenance...glad he's not here to be honest.

Brig93 · 29/12/2019 19:22


Men are dicks and I’m not really sure why any woman bothers with them. We’re quite capable of having kids without them (thanks IVF). Not sure what the point of them is. If they can’t be decent then dump!

This comment make my day!
I love the term sperm donor 😂 that's how I call my ex now 🤷

Iwasneveragoddess · 29/12/2019 19:27

Always take my kids side over his, in front of him.

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Iwasneveragoddess · 29/12/2019 19:28

*if they are right - which usually they are.

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drinkygin · 29/12/2019 19:42

But he’s still living in your house. Imagine how uncomfortable they feel visiting you.

Iwasneveragoddess · 29/12/2019 19:44

He’s rarely here. He is away for months at a time.

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drinkygin · 29/12/2019 19:52

Listen, whatever. You posted here for opinions. Carry on trying to justify it whichever way you want 🙄

Iwasneveragoddess · 29/12/2019 19:54

I posted here to have a rant.

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Iwasneveragoddess · 29/12/2019 19:55

He works away and spends half the year not here.

The kids have their own keys to my house.

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Loomed · 29/12/2019 23:59

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debster74 · 22/01/2020 20:53

Me an hub haven't slept in same bed for 4years? ..I sleep with kids whilst he stays up in spare room watching whatever he wants ...even when they are I'll he doesn't get involved. Kids 4 and 7

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