I Married The Wrong Guy!

I hate my husband, he thinks he's the king of the household and is usually gone several days every week for work. When he comes home he has an aire of arrogance that he can't believe that the house isn't perfect after caring for 2 young (3 And 1) children and working a very demanding job, and then makes plans with friends on the weekends. The weird thing is that I would accept this if he was nicer when he was home but he doesn't seem to care what I think or communicate anything when he gets home...I am emotionally starving to death. I've been yelling at him for about a year...he doesn't care, he thinks its me...I'm done! If he would give me a hug and tell me was appreciative that I take up the slack every week, I would probably stay committed but I get nothing...f-this guy! I'm done...
Sunygirl1 Sunygirl1
1 Response Feb 2, 2013

Go Girl. Thats the way to do it. I left my ex when my son was (2) and it was the best thing I ever did. Being Lonely was uncomfortable, however being angry bothered me more. And I really didnt like the sight of him anymore. I am with a new husband now for 7 years we have a 2 year old and another one on the way. Im sad to say I again didnt chose the best man, but my old lesson taught me a new path that will guide me. Marriage is an old tradition. It was someone elses idea that others have followed to the point it is a tradition that we as a society shackle ourselves too. Your life, like my life is unique. Strangely I feel only hopeful about another man in my life one day. That will not be my priority now, but 6 years then 7 years of relationships has taught me. I left my profession after 8 years. Also a good thing. I just grew. Im a different person and always becoming more unique. I believe my children will still be strong people after an adjustment. I believe the stronger I love and support MYSELF and cherish being honest with myself, the better it is for them to be the same. Good Luck to you. And to me in finding a real Gentleman.