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xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Rhia Leigh 33 kids; Massachusetts 1312 posts
27th Jun '13

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Rebekah Garden x3 Due October 5; 33 kids; Fall River, Massachusetts 5223 posts
27th Jun '13

I remember in your last post your pretty much said not to tell you to leave him, so I won't. But you definitely need to reevaluate where you two stand! If he isn't gonna get the counseling he and you two as a couple need, then it's time to see what else life has to offer.

Blythe. 1 child; Indiana 21473 posts
27th Jun '13

You should find someone who treats you right. He is acting like it's your fault because you didn't shut up. He sounds like an a*****e

Mama Van D 18 kids; Unity, Maine 2454 posts
27th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Rebekah Garden x3:</b>" I remember in your last post your pretty much said not to tell you to leave him, so I won't. But you ... [snip!] ... stand! If he isn't gonna get the counseling he and you two as a couple need, then it's time to see what else life has to offer."</blockquote>




Yeah... I'm gonna go ahead and say that she should probably reevaluate why she's still in the relationship at all. I would not put up with that.

MamaTay[Kennedi] 1 child; Greenville, Texas 3194 posts
27th Jun '13

We've been through rough patches, and he's made me feel like absolute shit for being the person that I am. For a long time, he wouldn't apologize. I was so close to breaking up with him. He eventually got out of his funk but still manages to make me feel like shit. Last night, he came home and bitched that the shrimp still had tails. Which I didn't notice when I bought the bag. And he was like "I'm not eating this shit unless you pull of the tails." I was like "looks like you are shit out of luck then. And go find a friend to chill with. And don't expect dinner the rest of the week." He came home, ate dinner and apologized.
Although, breaking the windshield with a baby in the car is a HUGE issue. That one needs to be addressed fast.

Kimber's Mommy 1 child; South Carolina 4272 posts
27th Jun '13

maybe he's got some other issues he's got going on that he doesn't know how to deal with? idk. did you guys ever actually start the counseling or not yet?

BG ~Jennifer~ 1 child; Georgia 894 posts
27th Jun '13

I won't tell you to leave because I used to be with a man just like that and hated when people told me to "just leave". You will figure it out though. Once your son is older and your SO starts throwing his tantrums in front of him, you will hopefully decide what is best for your son, which would be to GTFO of there. I was with my ex husband for 8 years, and by the time my son was 3, I had enough. I despised him over the way he treated me for so long. Constantly complaining, grump, I couldn't do anything right, he would get so mad sometimes and throw things, etc. I waited for the day to come where he suddenly woke up and realized how much he loves me and would do his best to change. Never happened.



It was extremely hard to leave but I did it, and he begged for me back. I had heard it all before and decided I could never fall back in love with such an a*****e. I am now with an amazing guy who would never treat me like that. He won't allow us to go to bed angry and we discuss everything rationally. I can't believe I wasted so many years being unhappy with my ex. I hope one day you get the oppurtunity to realize what happiness is. Even when you think you are happy now, you're not. Your as happy as you can be given the terrible situation. Your man will not change, but you will. Good luck, and I hope it takes you less time to respect yourself than it took me.

Minion Due September 30; 2 kids; Toccoa, GA, United States 19992 posts
27th Jun '13

Yeah I wouldn't put up with breaking shit. :?



And then saying he's not sorry? f**k that.