My issue is that... I have been married to my husband almost two years now (7 years of dating). I am so fed up with him. See I am a mother of three young boys as well as a full-time student. My husband is unemployed and won't lift a finger around the house. See I come home from school, which I am there all day, get my kids off the bus, help them with homework, cook dinner, and clean up. Not only do I have to do all that stuff I got to study all night long. To make the situation worse he wants to always argue and have questions about if I am cheating on him. For instance, he is just down right mean, this morning around 5am I woke up to use the bathroom, and when I came back to bed he took my pillows and wouldn't give them back. So I got angry and he threw my pillows across the room and called me the B word. I am tired of that too. If he loves me why you always have to disrespect me. It hurts my feelings! Anyway, my problems that this semester my grades are suffering from all this drama.At this point i need to make a decision between school or the relationship between my husband. Please someone help me figure this out.View Thread
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