I love my husband very much. He loves his girls very much and they love him. How can I do this to my self? I do everything for my family and he seems to just do it when it is convenient for him. We had a horrible week (my husband and I, he went out for a "guys night out" and didn't get home till 530a.m. in the morning! I wasn't aloud to question him, basically. I have not been out with any friend in years and he thinks it is ridiculous to do so because I have a responsibility at home. How is this right? After this week, he decides that he is taking the family to the lake and also to a carnival. I actually dismissed what he did earlier in the week. Is this what anyone would consider an abuser? He has said for years that preventing me to go out is for my protection. Anything could happen to him..I believe him on that. I think he did feel bad that he didn't get home till after 5 am on the "guys night out", but he did come home with two dozen roses last night after work. He is so sweet. I think I did not fully understand how this site works. I think I have it now, any thoughts on this would be appreciated. Also, thanks for welcoming me here. I feel so comfortable with your warm greetings.
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