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  • Men frustrate me so much sometimes.......grrrrrrrr

    20 posts, 13 voices, 604 views, started Jun 3, 2009

    Posted on Wednesday, June 3, 2009

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      Pearl
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      Sometimes I just want to smack him... I was getting ready for work this morning and my husband asked me to help him tie his shoe laces...which I really didn’t mind because his back has been hurting him so much lately. To make a long story short, he broke his L3 2 years ago from a motorcycle accident. It wasn’t his fault. He’s actually doing much better now. The doctors told us that he should of been dead or paralyzed. But he still does have his moments when he is in major pain. And those are the days when I make sure he takes it easy. But why is it when I ask him to do anything for me because I’m sore or in pain he gives me a hard time? I don’t get it....ohhhh



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          Mz. Queen wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • We know men to be big babies when anything hurts them, face it, we’ll never get it!  They don’t, can’t or won’t take care of us when we‘re sick like we take care of them. We really don’t expect much out of them but it would be nice just once. Trust me this too shall pass.



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          Jenni0811 wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • Just another characteristic of the martian species...LOL



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • Girrrrrrrrrrrrl Pahleeeeeeeeeeeease lol, men are such babies and then to add insult to injury (no pun intended)they act like its going to kill them to do a small act of kindness for us. Girl I have a hard time just getting my hubby to wash my back at times when in the tub but if we‘re in the shower together he can so quickly turn around and not ask but truly expect me to wash his back. I kindly get out the shower for I have already washed lol.estatic It pee’s him everytime lol.



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          Susan Dahringer wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • Ladies,if only a man could swap places with us women for one day..Then they’ll have a greater appreciation for us..

          SD



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          Mz. Queen wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • gcole97,

          Does he have a brother, a clone or anyone just like himestaticestaticestatic



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          Denise Richardson wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • happygcole, girl thank your lucky stars lol.



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          Stephanie Lawrence wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • My hubby is usually very kind and understanding when I’m sick. I’m a diabetic and sometimes my sugar levels get too high or too low and he is always right there to take care fo me.



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          Coachmombabe wrote Jun 3, 2009
        • well, it used to be that way for me, but my husband has changed majorly in the last few years. I really have nothing to complain about. Maybe yours too will outgrow it!



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          Terri Quinn wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • I’m right there with you gcole97. I’m so blessed to have my man in my life.

          For us it is 50/50. That’s the way it should be .



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          Vickiehoeft wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • I completely understand what you are going through because I go through the same thing myself.  Plus, as an added bonus, mine is very flirty and I can’t stand hearing the girls giggle and flirt back at him anymore.  It’s sickening what we have to go through, that’s for sure!



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          Deanna Whitten wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • I have a wonderful husband. He rubs my back every night, he cooks me dinner and hes terrific.
          Not all men are like that though, my ex was not even close to being that nice.
          Have you tried talking to your husband?



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          Vickiehoeft wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • Yes, I tried talking with him but I learned to just suck it up.  You‘re so lucky...I can’t even name one thing my husband does around the house! It’s just heartbreaking for me right now because I do so much and the thanks I get is that he flirts with other girls  I even busted him on Facebook once because he was emailing an old girlfriend talking about how much he missed her and was thinking about her.  That’s one reason I need to break away and get to know other women...just haven’t made an effort to get out and meet other women my age for coffee, etc. Time to change my life I guess and take control over the situation.



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          Terri Quinn wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • rsangel ,my ex was the same way. tongue out



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          Deanna Whitten wrote Jun 4, 2009
        • Is he still flirting?  Yes, you should go out and meet other women. Have friends, talk your problems. You’ll notice that you will start to grow emotionally and then maybe he’ll snap out of it. If not, then you’ll have to take extra measures.

          Deanna



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          Vickiehoeft wrote Jun 5, 2009
        • I agree—that’s one aspect that I want to change—having women friends.  I have some feelers out for doing some volunteer work and I defintely will be feeling better about myself if I am helping others.  :)



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          Deanna Whitten wrote Jun 5, 2009
        • I guarantee when you start having a life of your own then dh will start wondering what is she doing. She is living her life without me. Maybe, I should start straightening up. Have you tried going on strike?



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          Shirlann wrote Jun 5, 2009
        • My husband runs to the doctor at the first sign of cough or ache! Think he really wishes he had something really wrong with himfrown He’s sulking now because our 19 year old daughter didn’t get his permission to go out (although she told me where she was going) but that doesn’t count by all accounts!!



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