Just don't forget your wife's name, or you might get a good bopping for that! lolnewwifenewlife wrote: ↑Thu Feb 23, 2023 1:40 pmIt seems like he doesn't respect you...and the last sentence is very concerning. He's gaslighting you as sayayo7565 says and some of your thoughts concern me but I'll admit that I have some bias towards questioning his faithfulness to you.A-TiredWife wrote: ↑Mon Feb 06, 2023 9:37 am ...When we attended church, I often asked hubby to at least talk to somebody about these issues. He said no. Every time, so I've felt pretty defeated for quite a while. If I vent to anyone else like family or friends, I'm being told as my husband says - over sensitive and they have much bigger life problems. With that said I feel like this is a just ME problem, my husband is never wrong and I'm just over imagining things that happen right before my eyeballs.
If I forget to introduce my wife, she'll step in and introduce herself as my wife (as DG does) and I'll apologize to my wife AND to the person I'm with (but honestly, sometimes it's because I forget there name and am embarrassed for that , although I've found that I can usually get by with introducing my wife and then the person will say their name. Crisis averted!)
Yeah, he prefers to ignore things rather than to deal with them. He lives in a state of denial alot. The other day I said that he did xyz and right away, without missing a beat, he replies with, "No, I didn't." Alot of his go-to responses these days have been, "No, I don't/didn't. - I don't know. - I don't care." Honestly, it's almost like trying to reason with a teenager! When I say, "but you DID just do xyz!" It's straight up denial and he won't admit any faults. I can say as a matter of fact what he just did and he just denies it all with a straight face. It's not easy and I feel more like a mother than a wife these days. He doesn't want to think about anything, except what he thinks is OK. I dunno. I have alot of mixed feelings.