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What's the way to solve this problem with my husband?

What's the way to solve this problem with my husband? Topic: Problem solving situations at work
July 19, 2019 / By Oberon
Question: My husband works a heavy job, when he comes home he wishes to rest and relax...watching tv, not talking much, eating, taking his bath...a little chat happens between us after he reloads his self... every time I ask him to fix a wrong situation that I can't handle myself he shouts on my face he gets angry and he considerate me nagging. ( the problem may be an annoying neighbor to talk to or to fix the sink or the shower house hold maintenance, or even problems in the neighborhood) because my neighborhood is awful, very lousy and full of annoying people, sounds of machines, till 12 am and after 12 am to... Now that we had a baby I am unable to satisfy his all needs like before and that is also contributes in our love decreasing. today for the first time we haven't spoken to each others at all...and when I decided to make it up he told me that the silence was better :( What should I do? I'm afraid that I am angry with him too..and so much
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Lanny Lanny | 3 days ago
So basically, you have a baby and work as a full time mom, you dont "get off of work", your job is 24 hours a day 7 days a week and he thinks he can just waltz in the door and forget reality and that life still has to happen at home? Next time he yells at you, say this, "When is MY time off? When do I get a break?" Then walk away. Look hon, all men are like that until they realize how hard it truly is. You know how I got my husband to realize it? I left him alone with the kids for a day while I went shopping and went to a bookstore and had peace and quiet while I read a book. When I got home, he apologized and I never heard a word from him again when I ask him to do something. It takes two for a relationship to work, and yes, he might have a difficult job, but so do you! Raising children aren't easy and he needs to realize that or you will grow to resent him.
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Lanny Originally Answered: What's the way to solve this problem with my husband?
So basically, you have a baby and work as a full time mom, you dont "get off of work", your job is 24 hours a day 7 days a week and he thinks he can just waltz in the door and forget reality and that life still has to happen at home? Next time he yells at you, say this, "When is MY time off? When do I get a break?" Then walk away. Look hon, all men are like that until they realize how hard it truly is. You know how I got my husband to realize it? I left him alone with the kids for a day while I went shopping and went to a bookstore and had peace and quiet while I read a book. When I got home, he apologized and I never heard a word from him again when I ask him to do something. It takes two for a relationship to work, and yes, he might have a difficult job, but so do you! Raising children aren't easy and he needs to realize that or you will grow to resent him.

Itai Itai
" I ask him to fix a wrong situation that I can't handle myself he shouts on my face he gets angry and he considerate me nagging. ( the problem may be an annoying neighbor to talk to or to fix the sink or the shower house hold maintenance, or even problems in the neighborhood" Those can be solved by calling the police to file noise complaints, hiring a plumber or again calling the cops. Neighborhood fixing isn't his place or job. "Now that we had a baby I am unable to satisfy his all needs like before and that is also contributes in our love decreasing" I have a child, we still had sex.
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Ferdy Ferdy
It's difficult - he's had a hard day and wants to rest, but your day has been full of happenings/incidents with your neighbors/neighbour hood and he doesn't want to hear this, but you have no one else to talk them over with. You should say to him calmly that you are willing to listen if he's had a bad day, and you would like him to afford you the same respect. As for maintenance in the house, if he is too tired to do it himself, ask him if he would like you to pay to get someone in to do it.
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Daley Daley
you need to tell him that you don't need all that and ask him if he wants a divorce. You would be better off - and happier - with someone who wants to spend time with you no matter how hard the job. Life is too short to spend it the way you are and you need someone who is the other half of you and not your master.
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Austen Austen
The neighborhood isnt his problem. There is nothing you or him can do to make someone else behave the way you want them to. It sounds as if maybe you are creating problems that he cant fix, and you fail to understand that.
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Austen Originally Answered: How do you solve this SAT Math problem?
You want to set up an equation for each of the ways. The distance does not change for both ways so we can set the same unknown variable for both ways (lets go with x). The time travelled for one particular way is also unknown so lets set that as t and since the time travelled for the other way is t less than the total time we can set it as (1hr - t) Now set up your equations: (speed)=(distance)/(time) to school: 3=x/t from school: 5=x/(1-t) Now isolate the x so we can set the equations equal to each other to school: x=3t from school: x=5(1-t) therefore we get the equation 3t=5(1-t). Now solve for t and you get t=5/8 Go back to what you were trying to find. The distance(x) right? So plug our newly found info into one of the equations so we can find x e.g. x=3*5/8=15/8 Remember x represents only one way so multiply that by 2 and you get 30/8=3 6/8= 3 3/4

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