I like how you said that. I have been married for 21 years and my story sounds just like Anon. this has been going on sence sept 2009. this last argument was about my 15 year old daughter wanting to go at a friends house after school. and i told he that i wanted her home by 7:30pm becouse i wanted her to help around the house. she got mad becouse most of the time she will get home around 10:00pm . well my husband was angree at me becouse i didnt let her stay out late. You see he always stands up for her and my parenting dose'nt matter. She has good grades and all its just i dont ask much of her. All she dose is clean her room,well when she got home at 7:30 my husband took her to her friends and she stay the night. when he got home he slept in her bed and not the other room that we have... maybe you can tell me what am I missing here. thay are like buddys. he hardly talks to me but when she come home she wants to know how her day was. I have a pretty good relationship with her also but we do bump heads some times. I also have three other daughters there ages are 23,22,20 my other daughters tell me that my 15 gets what ever she wants and way do i let her treat me the way she dose. I tell them becouse if i smack her your dad will be on her side and things will just be worse. any how i am going to file for a divorce tusday. i just cant take them ganging up on me all the time.View Thread
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