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lolajessup Due July 25 (girl); 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Derpy Hooves:</b>" "Does that make sense.? He thinks I am an anti porn dictator when in fact even if he was seeing someone ... [snip!] ... be is open with me and we talk about it.....I really wouldn't be angry about anything. " OP posted that back in April..."</blockquote>



Lol!!!!

Derpy Hooves Due November 8; 1 child; Virginia 21571 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting tay. ☮:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Derpy Hooves:</b>" "Does that make sense.? He thinks I am an ... [snip!] ... So he does what she tells him to and she threatens to take his children away. Her poor DH can't win!"


My thoughts exactly.

tinana+2 TTC since Nov 2013; 2 kids; Armpit, of, Ireland 29526 posts
25th Jun '13

I'm still stuck on the, "we already have kids, so I don't see the point in having sex" thing... :lol:

lolajessup Due July 25 (girl); 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Beaverton, Michigan 44057 posts
25th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting tinana+2:</b>" I'm still stuck on the, "we already have kids, so I don't see the point in having sex" thing... :lol:"</blockquote>




Sex is solely for procreation :lol:

BabyMakinMachine. 3 kids; Ohio 634 posts
25th Jun '13
Quoting tinana+2:" I'm still stuck on the, "we already have kids, so I don't see the point in having sex" thing... :lol:"


:!:

Lindsay*J 2 kids; Saskatchewan 6711 posts
25th Jun '13

So, first and foremost I understand entirely how you feel. My marriage ended two years ago because he found someone else he wanted more than me and it hurts like a f****r. However, 'punishing' him is not the answer-and as other women here have said, it hurts your kids more than it hurts either of you.

As hard as it was/is to hear it, be greatful your husband approached you first instead of cheating on you.



A break is good. During that break you need to consider yourself and your feelings as well. Do some counselling, seperately and together, make a life plan-seperately and together.

You want your children to grow up in as healthiest a home is possible. Part of that is realizing that if you and your husband are no longer compatible and can't fix it, it's for the best. Seperate happy homes are better than a single unhappy one.



Good luck.

LayLu (girl); 17 kids; Virginia 4007 posts
25th Jun '13

It's women like you that give baby mommas a bad name. :lol:

K and N TTC since Nov 2012; 2 kids; Denver City, Texas 1890 posts
25th Jun '13

:shock::shock: You would threaten to take his children away, and take him for all he's worth? Simply because he might not want to be with you anymore... because you don't show him the love or affection that a healthy marriage requires?? I would recommend that you try stepping it up a notch, and consider making an attempt to win your husband back instead of thinking of "punishing" him?



That is not going to fix anything, but will make it much worse on you, your husband, and your children... SMH.

user banned 1 child; Germany 12377 posts
25th Jun '13

I can't blame you for feeling that way but I'd calm down before deciding what you're going to do. Court won't go in your favour like that anyways, lol

Landy's Mama <3 1 child; Ashland, Kentucky 1414 posts
25th Jun '13

Sorry but sex is an important key in a marriage. And if your not giving him that he is going to look elsewhere for it. Someone who can make him happy and fulfill his needs. Sex isn't about making babies, it is alot more than that. It's not just about you in the marriage. His needs and wants are just as important.