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I know exactly how you feel. My husband is the same way and it can be pretty devastating at times. There is nothing more embarrassing than making excuses as to why your spouse isn't present for almost everything you do. Like you, I use to make excuses too but I'm finding myself staying home and not seeing my friends or family in order to avoid the embarrassing questions and judgmental looks. It has gotten so bad that there are people in my life who I am really close to who do not believe that I am married. I get the "oh sure your husband’s at home, you mean your imaginary husband?" Totally humiliating. If it were up to my husband he would spend every night watching tv and drinking beer, never saying a word to anyone. Please do not allow this to happen to you! Don't wait until you are married and can't do anything about it. Ask him to talk to someone whether it be a counselor or family member. He needs help and he also needs to understand that his behavior is not normal and life would be so much easier if he could get professional help, relax and cope socially. Do it now before your life turns into mine and your Boyfriend, now your husband refuses to do anything about it and you’re stuck accepting the situation as it is and settling on how things are instead of how they should be. Don't sacrifice your own happiness for someone else's refusal to make their life better. I know that sounds harsh but its the truth. I wish I would have known then what I know now. My life would be completely different.





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