relationship advice (post new situation)
"I just need a second opinion."
Hmm,,how to start?,,,Ill tell his side first.
He has a jod,10am to 6pm,well most of the time its 10am to 3 or 4pm.He works at a carwash and ****es all day about it.He hates his job.He was in school but dropped out because he had a second job at the time.He dont have that second job now.So he pretty much gets two free days a week.Unless it rains then it could be more.He says he busts his ass all day and is tired.And hes always calling in or leaving early and wonders why his check is only $90 a week!
Ok my turn,
We have no money and no food.We also have a 4 1/2 month old baby.I stay at home all day with the baby.He wants me to clean more but i just dont have time.And when i do im to tired to do anything.I get up with her at night.I feed her,I change her and I bathe her.On his days off i dont ask anything of him,i let him sleep till 2-3pm.And the nights before he still dont get up with her.He realy hates changing dipers.Any diper even if its just pee.When i ask him to he gets an attitude.He thinks i sleep all day.He get mad at me cause i hand her off to him when he gets home.Its like he dosnt want anything to do with her unless shes smiling.The other day we got into it pretty bad.He said if i left him he was keeping her.He said it would kill him for me to take her.Somthing about a fathers love.He sure dont act like he loves her that much,if he did hed be the one taking care of her,rite?
I mean tell me if im wrong.Since you cant ever email the ppl that give advise my email is
posted by Leann (age 18) on 8/16/2008 @7:41:31 AM •
while i, myself have no experience with your situation, two of my best friends have gone through the same exact senario. both were 18 also when they had their beautiful babies and got married. (i dont know if you're married or not, but same still)
simply put my friends made the best decision of their life. they divorced, both got full custody of their kids (the guys got visits and all stuff like that) but they were soooo much happier supporting their kid on their own without somoeone who didnt respect them. raising a kid is hard. and you're pretty much doing it alone as it is. im not going to be the one to tell you to leave him. thats a choice you make on your own.
i just thought i should share with you how my friends dealt with the situation.
best of luck.
posted by Kayla (age 20) on 8/17/2008

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