Lol you just might!
He is being rude an immature and probably only mocks you because it makes him feel like he's better which he's plainly not. Don't put up with it or better mock him back then ask if he likes it. :) good luck
exactly and these sort of people are actually the most insecure in themselves.. with good reason usually, reason being they're di cks :)
I don't know if you're getting on his nerves, but just from your comments - he's getting on mine.
Glad to have given you a little laugh. :)
lol....I resemble LadyBronte's comment. Exactly! :)
My husband does the same thing. He says that he does it so that I can see how stupid what I am saying sounds. So this morning he repeated verbatim what I had said to my daughter when departing for work. When I asked if he was mocking me, or if I had said something to offend him he grew increasingly angry. I apologized for my wording, and restated it as "repeating what I said" as he seemed focused solely on the fact I had used the word "mock". Nothing I said was addressed, and his mockery went on as 'all in my head' and I'm 'overly sensitive'. It's annoying and hurtful, I hate when they act like children, I already have 4 children, if I'd wanted more I would have had more, I wanted a man who would treat me with a little respect and who I could ask a simple question to without having a fight over it. Simple answer would have been 'no, I'm not upset with you about anything' knowing full well how it urks me to be copied. I'm sorry your husband is a douche too, it's sad to live like this isn't it?
Your husband is putting you down and that's not cool. You're his wife and he should be respectful of you. You're not getting on his nerves. He's being mean and insecure. Next time he mocks you, tell him to stop putting you down and if he doesn't stop, mock him back when he wasn't mocking you at the time. Do it when no one is around. If he does that in front of friends/family, stay cool until you get home and then have a word with him. If he still disrespect you then you need to really do something about his behaviour and not your voice.
Maybe, or he may just be a immature jerk,
Well, he should be getting on YOUR nerves. That shows a lack of respect and is a way of undermining your self-esteem. Tell him to shut up, get counseling or get lost...but don't let him put you down like that.
Well it happens even in the best relationships. If he is not careful though, he may learn what it feels like because if it happens enough, you may get annoyed by his choice of treatment toward you. How would he feel if you went and mocked him when he is doing something?
Has he done this allways or is this a new development?
He has lost respect for you or is possibly angry with you for something recent or both.
Just want to add that I read that you are wanting to get away. Running away might not be the greatest thing to do. If you care about him then it would be best dor you to ask him whats the big deal. Get down to the bottom of it then after you do... then decide on some time alone.
You're not getting on his nerves. He just has no respect for you. Time for you to show him the same level of respect he has for you.
Glad to hear that. Wish the best for you.
Give him some space
Good, you need time for you too
Sounds like he should be getting on your nerves.
Contempt for one's spouse is a sure sign that divorce is in your future.
He sounds like kind of a ****.