I don't understand why my husband (a pilot) is so upset that I visit with my parents while he is not home! He doesn't like them anyway! He has said on many occasions over the years (especially lately) that he does not like spending time with them. He is now saying we are purposely excluding him because we visit while he is gone. (Usually Saturdays) Well that is when they have days off! They have envited us to dinner when he was home, and he has refused on several occasions. This week they have envited us twice to come to dinner with them. The first day he was home and didn't want to go, the second day he had to go to work, so he could not go. I wanted to spend time with my Dad this Saturday for two reasons, 1. it is Father's Day weekend. 2. We usually get together on Saturday. I just don't see the problem! He is also saying that my Dad is trying to play Daddy to our boys because he never had boys and always wanted boys. THAT IS NOT TRUE! My Dad would never do that!!! My Dad had a choice when he married my Step-mom, have more kids, or not, they chose not. This is simply not ture!! He says that this is how he feels, well what am I supposed to do when he feels something that will never be true! Just coddle him and let him think that? He says I always defend my parents. When he says something that is not true about them, YES I DO! What am I supposed to do, let him insult my parents, say total lies about them? I just don't get it!!!
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