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Old 03-21-2011, 12:06 PM  
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Do you ever feel like just walking away

First I want to say I love my wife, and kids.
But somedays they just push and push, and my wife can be so bitchy.
Lately I have considered walking away, and just being single.
Seems a lot easier to just go buy a small house and live alone.
I am tired of the drama and BS at home.
Is this normal to feel like this for months on end, or is it a sign to just walk away, or do you stay and make it work.

I am just tired of the bickering, and always feeling beat down at home.
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Old 03-21-2011, 05:12 PM  
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Only you can decide whats best in your relationship. I would advise to go to a counselor and try to at least gather some tools to deal better with your situation.
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Old 07-12-2011, 10:07 AM  
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Have you ever talked to her about this?...or is this your secret? It's possible that she has no clue she is doing this, or that it bothers you so much. OR...she may be feeling the exact same way.

I find that a lot of guys don't listen when a woman tells him something is bothering her...(I'm sure it works the other way too)...and for me, when one thing that is bothering me doesn't get resolved, resentment can build and I start letting the little things bother me, that normally wouldn't matter at all.

Personally, I think anytime the relationship was special enough for marriage, it is worth working on, even if that means counseling. Unfortunately, I feel different about relationships with no legal ties...which is one reason my ex-boyfriend who is begging for another chance, isn't getting it.
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Old 07-12-2011, 08:26 PM  
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if it were just a wife it's one thing, but when kids are involved, isn't it a bit selfish and irresponsible to think about walking away from them?... take charge, make them busy so they don't have time for useless drama, show them who's the boss in this family!

just my opinion, i realize not everyone will agree
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Old 07-12-2011, 08:35 PM  
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I beg to agree with that.
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:11 AM  
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I beg to agree with that.
Me, too!
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:29 AM  
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Ive been married over 11 years and yes, those thoughts have crossed my mind quite a few times. But like others said, it all boils down to the chilluns.

I can imagine NOT having them in my life (in the capacity that I do now) and if YOU think its bad with your wife - think of how THEY would feel without your presence to maintain the balance. They dont have the option to leave yet. Just start saving for their 18th birthday present.

"Hey honey happy 18th! Guess what daddy got you?! AN APARTMENT!!! (With me)"
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