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Boring husband!!
Feb 1, 2008
... I often wonder if I enable his behavior by not calling him out on it more. Perhaps I'll try that tonight and see where it gets me :) Thanks for the advice. (5 replies)
... Some times there are no answers as to why or a good reason why one acts out a bad behavior, sush as you never gave him a reason not to stray/and the betrayal and hurt you feel inside your heart is forever. If you love your hubby more than anything in the world it can change for you. Theres no greater thing than a true deep Love. I understand what you mean about the no... (17 replies)
... And that's fine, IMO. It'd be a pretty boring world if we all had the same opinions, eh? ... (31 replies)

... Well like I said, you have to do some things FOR YOURSELF. I'm not saying run off and leave your husband and move to another country, I'm just saying you have to get back in touch with the things that get your juices flowing. ... (48 replies)
... nd him may not be as comfi at another job as you are here. Only thing your parents will be further away, so they can bug you on phone. I have a feeling that your husband is right. ... (48 replies)
... Sigh...I think I am just in a rut... And my husband gets so annoyed with me. He is like "it always seems like your head is so clogged and filled with crap! ... (48 replies)
... Hi Sahuja, Your husband is also young at 33 and I wouldn't imagine a man at this age to want to settle down in one particular place yet, so you might be able to unleash the desire to travel in him :D I don't think that the idea of buying a house is bad, you will always want to have a "home" no matter how far you spead your wings :) I don't know but I would love to be... (48 replies)
... ren from Asia and Africa, get pregnant and then move to Africa. Maybe, just maybe you can place your focus outside of yourself, help someone else, and give your husband a few years to grow in his new position. After that, he'll see your sacrifice, appreciate it, and then maybe agree to move somewhere else. ... (48 replies)
... he ER stating she is having some crazy health issue. I believe my mom has a borderline personality issue... I do think I am fortunate to have a good job and nice husband etc...I just wish we didnt live here and I had the same in another state!! It would allow me to "breathe", get away, and have something new to look forward to. ... (48 replies)
... YES!!! This is so totally me these days. I think for me it's a midlife crisis (I am 41) but I think you can have a mid-life crisis at any age. I am at a place where I find myself questioning my choices and whether there were better choices I could have made both as far as career, spouse, and children (no kids)...I love my husband but there are days when I think that "he... (48 replies)
... Are you sure it isn't just you and maybe you are depressed? Does depression run in your family by any chance? It seems you have a nice and successful life. You should be happy for all the wonderful things you have. To be honest, my life is the same - great job, master's degree, wonderful husband, nice house, and now a baby on the way, etc. We are both 30 years old. Yes,... (48 replies)
... to blame for whatever goes wrong. In different state you may have problems you don't have now, I personally cried a lot from work cituations in my life. If your husband won't be comfi he will be blaming you for leaving place he was. ... (48 replies)
... I think my husband feels like I have stalled our "progress" too long in hopes that we will move. Progress for him is making the right investments and buying a house. ... (48 replies)
... ed up in the ER screaming " I want my dauugghhterrr! My daighter has left meeee!" She is manipulative and consistently makes all these indirect comments about my husband and his family... This is only the tip of the iceberg... ... (48 replies)
... h her, now I really want to enjoy my life without worrying about her. And my consistent attitude of "I havent lived it up" really affects my relationship with my husband because he thinks I need to grow up and accept things. ... (48 replies)
... life and are ready to settle down for good. A lot has to be given up, and if you feel cheated out of that in any way you could grow some resentment towards your husband and life down the road. Just see how you're feeling now! ... (48 replies)
... Yeah, sometimes I get the idea to go and do something like that, but I do love my husband too much. And I DO think our age difference plays a major part in this... ... (48 replies)
... Hey farceur66 I appreciate your input!Let me ask you, how long did you "let" the situation go on before something happened?And did you guys have children?If so how did you hande this w/them and about how old where they?We've been together almost 13 yrs. and things have not always been like this,however the past few years things started getting off kilter.But more recently... (11 replies)
Boring men
Jan 9, 2006
... No kidding. I know that, hence the quotation marks. You can't take everything literally, Bluegreeneyeguy. I assure you that my expectations are realistic. (87 replies)
Boring men
Jan 9, 2006
... Sophia, There is no perfect husband. That"s one of the problems men face today. The expectations some women have are unrealistic. :bouncing: (87 replies)

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