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... my swiffer mop at him! I need to know how to avoid an argument and how to handle it when my husband is saying these ridiculous things to me! I'm a firm believer in not arguing in front of children but find it so hard to hold back because he really knows how to push my buttons! ... (1 replies)
... up. We always make it a point to tell him why we were upset and to apologize for scarying him or if we said a bad word in front of him. ... (9 replies)
... Hey, wedge, just wondering why you said that. What kind of arguments are you talking about? ... (9 replies)

... You should never argue in front of your children under any circumstances. If that is a problem, it's a sign that marital counseling is needed. ... (9 replies)
... You do not have to respond. Simply say "we'll discuss this later" and walk away. I think the trouble starts because people feel they "have" to respond or they are weak or subservient. At those times, the emotional health of your kids should override any feelings you have of wanting (it's not a "need") to verbally strike back. You have to be the mature one here...and put... (1 replies)
... I agree that was not good for us children to hear, and, yes, maritial counseling is indicated in those cases. ... (9 replies)
... I think the issue here is what is meant by argument. Certainly it's healthy for children to hear controlled disagreements and the resolutions that follow. ... (9 replies)
... It is hard on children to see grown ups contending. Everychild deals differently. ... (9 replies)
... husband and I use to argue all the time and some of them were very heated. My daughter was around almost all of them. One of the last memories she has of the 3 of us living together was when he threw her chocolate milk at me. That was right before her 3rd birthday, she will be 6 next month. ... (3 replies)
... is that both partners have to be consistent with the "house" rules, punishments and be a united front to the kids. You and your fiance need to agree on what's acceptable behavior and what's not and what the consequences are for breaking the rules. ... (12 replies)
... No other children at either home. I have been with BF and his son for about 3 years now, recently moving in together. Their divorce was a typical, messy and drug out. ... (6 replies)

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