(Closed) Want to be a stay at home mom but husband not supportive

posted 11 months ago in Relationships
Post # 121
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Helper bee

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sf618b :  you’re gross. Everything you just said about his mental health is gross.

OP if I’m being honest you sound more & more selfish & entitled with every post. In what world are you ENTITLED to sit at home while someone else single-handedly provides for you? Yes, you’re having his children… ok? It’s still not your god-given right to SAH while someone pays for your existence.

All the “someone else raising my kids” bs aside, why can’t you take your butt back to work immediately after breastfeeding & equally financially provide for your children??? I say all this based on the fact that you TOLD HIM you’d keep working. 

…I hope he divorces you.

Post # 122
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Busy bee

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sf618b :  do your kids get any time with their dad if he works 100 hours a week?

Post # 123
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Bumble Beekeeper

 

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camenae :  If you just want to be a single parent collecting a check from a DNA donor, why don’t you just get knocked up and divorce your husband? Poor guy can get the career change he wants and needs then, not having to carry the load for all of you.

She’d get a big surprise when she learned she’d get no spousal support and how small that child support check would be when he changed jobs and shared custody 50/50, with the full support of the courts who appreciate involved parents. She’d guarantee herself a full-time career. 

Post # 124
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Helper bee

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ashleyroo :   id presume not with him working those hours, but sure what odds. I’m sure they much rather having freshly baked brownies as soon as they come in from school. Imagine if they had to wait til supper time for them, or if they could only have them as a weekend treat.

Post # 125
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Helper bee

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sf618b :  my husband just spent the last 2 years working 100 plus hour weeks for our family

WTF? Who cares about his health and happiness as long as you’re happy and get to do what you want, right? Does he even get to spend any real time with his kids? I doubt it with that work schedule.

 

Post # 126
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2016

This has run its course 

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