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Hubby and I have been together for 15 years. We love each other immensley and are still very much in love. My problem is

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Hubby and I have been together for 15 years. We love each other immensley and are still very much in love. My problem is that I don't like actually living with him. Anyone else ever feel like this?


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1 year ago
Yes I can relate to this. I think a lot of couples are feeling this aswell due to COVID now. In my situation, I think it is about losing yourself a little too much- and I know my hubby feels the same. We don’t have our own places in the house, I grew up in a larger house he grew up in apartments. He is more independent I am more social. These are all much deeper than they sound, I think first look to changing your situation to accomodate eachother’s independence more. For me, even feeling this one day a week does wonders x

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1 year ago
This is nice :)

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1 year ago
Why do you feel this way?

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1 year ago
Because it's like having another teenager in the house. He never does what I ask him to do and never stops doing what I ask him not to do 😡

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1 year ago
Op here, i ask him to do things because I'm NOT his mother.

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1 year ago
Hugs op. Wouldn't it be great if you could send them back to their mums for re training. I find letting the negative consequences fall on my husband the best way to get him to understand. For example I would struggle to get myself and kids to be ready to go out, so I let us be very late when seeing his friends, funny enough he now helps. Won't put dirty clothes in the basket? I don't wash anything on the floor. Leaves stuff lying around? I put it away in the wrong spot so it takes a month to find.

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1 year ago
^ I do the laundry thing with the whole family. If it's not in the basket, it doesn't get washed. If they miss out, it's not my problem 😂

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1 year ago
Sorry no. I can't imagine feeling that way. Maybe you just need a getaway on your own, absence makes to heart grow fonder.