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Should I call it quits?

By September 24, 2011 - 8:11pm

I just got married 3 months ago we been together for 3 years every thing was good until about 2 months ago the sex stopped and all attention stopped he works mostly all day long which was never a problem in the past but now all he want to do is play a video game when he get off work until 6AM which is the time I get up to go to school when i ask him for attention he gets really mad and start hitting thing and start screaming at me.
I am unemployed because I he told me to not work and just take care of the kids but now he does not give me money and will not pay for nothing I ask for even if its something important as personal things. He will not listen what should I do?

By HERWriter Guide October 9, 2011 - 5:31pm

Hi ware_mariea

Thanks for your post!

Calling it quits after 3 months isn't a good idea unless you or your children are being abused or something very serious has happened.

What do you think went wrong as soon as you got married? Were there any signs of trouble, beforehand?

Since you are in financial difficulties, it's a good idea for you to get a part-time job, even a few mornings a week so you don't have to beg him for money. That's humiliating and just wrong. Don't allow him to make you dependent on him, that's not a safe place to be especially if you think there's trouble ahead. Keep going to school if you can.

As a husband and wife, you both need to sit down and discuss things like grown adults. Playing video games constantly is juvenile and he needs to own his part in the relationship being in trouble.

ware_mariea, please discuss things with him and let us know how things go,

October 9, 2011 - 5:31pm

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