(Closed) RIght to be miffed or over emotional?

posted 4 years ago in Emotional
Post # 2
1544 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

Well, I guess if you asked him not to go and he went then you should be miiffed. But if you acted like it was ok for him to leave, you can’t expect him to read your mind and stay home. 

Post # 3
2457 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

You should just let it go. He’s still worried about the situation, obviously, which is why he’s checking in with you. At least he cares. He could’ve just gone and not cared and ignored you the whole time he was out. Instead, he went thinking that you were okay with it and instead you’re here fuming for no reason.

I don’t know if it’s sleep deprivation or just how you are, but seriously, it’s not a big deal. 

Post # 4
1407 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

raspberrymojito:  +1.  OP, it’s unclear if you told him you wanted him to stay home and wait for the plumber with you.  If you didn’t, that’s on you and you need to learn how to communicate.  If you did, that’s another story, but that’s not clear in what you wrote.

Post # 6
81 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 2000

I vote sleep deprivation. I turn into a cranky two year old. Actually, my two yea wold granddaughter acts better.

Post # 7
1262 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2015

renwoman:  Anytime my man has fun and I can’t I get cranky. Go get some sleep and then go take the AMEX or whatever credit card he has and get your nails done or get a massage or something girly. I’m not generally a shallow or spoiled person, but those little things on his dime cheer me up and keep me from jabbing him with irrational, passive aggressive comments. My Fiance knows the fastest way to get back into my good graces is a perfect manicure and a sparkling clean engagement ring. 

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