My husband is a wonderful man except when it comes to my children. ALthough he has never done anything to put them in harms way I think at times he expects too much from them. Yes they are slobs and yes at times they talk back, but basically they are good kids whom I never had a parent of a friend complain about. I am told how quiet and polite they both are. They do have their share of laziness, which my husband is right when he says it has to be addressed, but holy sh** enough is enough. No matter what they did it wouldn't be right. He is not only like this to my children, but also his own son. However I do feel my 13 year old son bears the brunt of it. I think some of it has to do with the fact the my son is very loyal to his father and has never given up hope that we will get back together. My husband always threatens me by saying "why don't you go back to your ex" and I further fuel the flames by saying "your just jealous because you know I could if I wanted to and you could never go back to your girlfriend she hates you". I know we are on a path of self destruction and even though we love each other very much my children come first before anyone or anything else indcluding him. He doesn't think we need counseling and that we can fix any problems we have in private be tween the two of us. I disagree. Please help ne get him to seek help. I have no problem going at all. Getting him to go is an0ther story. Thanks in advance for your help.
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