Well, I have 4 children, soon to be 13, 4 year old twins and 8 month old baby. Up until recently my husband worked for a company that had about zero flexibility. He used to work from 6 am to 4 pm about 18 miles away from home. I was droping the kids off, picking them up, working 40 hours and doing a majority of the housework. I think I went through a depression because I just gave up for a while on trying to keep things together. As a result I became very bitter at my husband. Things are bck organized. He's started a business and is more available, has more time for the kids but I am still angry. I'm finding myself not trusting him to stay consistent. We've talked about splitting duties but he has to study for an upcoming health insurance licensing exam. I feel like he makes excuses for things not getting done and I feel his expectations are unreasonable. How do I give him more responsibilities in terms of the children and everything else that needs to get done without coming across as too demanding? I am a planner and I like to stay organized, my husband on the other hand is a "take it as it comes" type of person. What do I do? The lack of me time is causing me to become resentful of my husband and sometimes my children.
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