She Mail: Woman Concerned About Boyfriend’s St Patty’s Day Behavior
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Here are the letters we got from our SheMailers this morning:
Love the show and your advice. And now I need it! My husband and I have been married for 10 years and have 2 kids. He travels a ton and I am a stay at home mom. Since my last child, just over 5 years ago I have put on some extra pounds and it has started to come subtly in conversation. Like when he gets home he will make comments on dinner, things like “Maybe we can start making some healthier choices” or my favorite “You aren’t setting a good example for the kids, maybe you should come to the gym with me a few times a week”.
I know I have a few lbs. To lose, but I don’t know how to take his comments. Is he being mean? Or really looking out for me? And I don’t think he understands the work that goes into being a stay at home mom.
So St. Paddy’s day is supposed to be about luck and well that wasn’t the case for me at the St. Patty’s day parade. I went with a guy who I have been dating for about 6 months and have really, really fallen for. We have had a blast of a time, however this was the first time we hung out with some of his coworkers and old college friends and he was not the guy I have known at all. He got hammered and then proceeded to talk down to me and just weird stuff.
He then wanted to go to another party of someone he works with after the parade who lives close and I wasn’t feeling it. Well apparently he didn’t care. He literally left me and went to the party. I ended up taking dart back to his place and driving home and didn’t hear from him until the next evening and when I tried to bring it up he just said he didn’t want to talk about it.
What to do? I am scared that the person I saw at the parade is the “real” guy I have been dating for 6 months.
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