Honestly, with the whole being pesimitic. I have this issue with a few people in my life. I just be overly optimistic about the topic. When ever there is a negitive, point out the positive. Either he will start seeing the positive, or he just wont talk about the negitive.
And if he keeps saying that your cheating on him. Rather than saying that you didn't or that you wouldn't. Try asking him why he feels that way. Have him point out what makes him think that you are sneaking around. And if sound dumb enough, maybe he will drop it.
Other than that, if he does not change and you two are not will to go to a pyhcologist or to therapy, you are in a very unhealthy relationship and should leave. That is just the way it is.View Thread
That last part shoudl read "Honestly, I would try and talk your husband into to NOT "caving in" and NOT getting them everything that they wanted. Pretty soon, they would be going to the house to spend time with him, rather than get things from him."View Thread
Well, with this, i can come at you with the step childs point of view.
First, i really dont think that how often his children come over should ever be an issue as long as he is there. I understand you dont want them stealing, but for the short period of time that they are over there, you might just want to look things up.
I no longer live in my dads house, i live with my husband and my little brother lives with us. My brother has had a very bad issue with stealing, but when my brother is at my dads house, things are in their room locked away.
If i EVER go denied going to my dads house because my step mother did not want me there, i would freak. I am my fathers daughter and I enjoy spending time with him.
But then again, I am not always asking him for money/stealing.
Honestly, I would try and talk your husband into to "caving in" and getting them everything that they wanted. Pretty soon, they would be going to the house to spend time with him, rather than get things from him.View Thread
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