My husband is in love with hunting, fishing, and spending time with his friends outdoors. I know that I will never be #1 in his life and I know that most women would tell me to get out of the relationship because I deserve someone that puts me above everthing else. But I love him and don't want to give up. I need to know what a man thinks about when his wife confronts him about her being upset and hurt. My husband has the freedom of a teenage kid and that isn't enough for him. I put my life on hold when we had kids and he still does that same things that he did before. I am not asking him to give up the things that he loves, but I need him to put them aside a few times a month to give me attention and help me with the kids and the house work. Am I crazy. Is this asking too much of a man?? I am out of ideas. The last idea I brought up to him was to make him take full responsibility of the kids every other weekend as it would be if we were divorced. He basically looked at me like I was nuts and advised me that he will never change and maybe we should go out seperate ways. We have not said a word to eachother since then. I love him so much, but something inside me keeps that hope that someday he will put me first on his priority list. Is that even possible?
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