okay, this ifs for the men out there I need to know if this a mid-life crisis of not. Okay 2 months ago my husband came to me a said, he needs sometime for himself, me and the kids are smothering him, that he has give his whole life to us for 16 years and now its time for him to life for himself, (oh let me say he is 42 years old) he wants to come and go as he pleases, no questions asked (which he does) and he doesnt want to answer to anyone, he has gotten 4 tatoos in th past 3 week and now his hair is blonde and a mohawk, and tonight he has come home with a boat. I never know where he is, or whohe is with or what he is doing, and he is never home anymore, we didnt use to spend all our time together, but we where a family. when I ask him whats going on he tells me that as long as he is paying the bills and there is a roof over my head, to stop my bitchen! So is that what I should be doing just leaving him alone? am at the end of my rope and ready to kick his ass out ! Should I just give him some time, He has agree to go to counciling but am not sure if that will change anything, I dont want to give up my marriage, but its starting to seem to me thats what he wants!!!
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