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Thread: Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

  1. #11

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    It's a matter of balance. Guys need to get away from their wives & kids every once in a while (yes, one or two nights a week for a couple of hours isn't going to kill anyone). Give the man some space, but make it clear that he needs to spend more time with you and the baby. Maybe he can watch the baby one night while you go out for a couple drinks or whatever. Compromise....

  2. #12

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    Your 100% RIGHT! He should be home with you and his baby. I think you should sit him down and let him know how you feel without yelling or screaming. Maybe he would take the situation into consideration and stop going to the bar by himself. Good Luck on everything and enjoy being a mother!!!!

  3. #13

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    You have probably figured out that children do not bind a couple in a marriage, they put a wedge in it. He's gone, because he can't handle the dad part. Crying babies aren't really what a guy thought a family was going to be like. And you ragging on him won't change that. Seek some help from a marriage counselor, sweetie. He needs to wake up, and you need some help in getting him to be a father and a husband

  4. #14

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    He shouldn't be going out every night of the week - that is selfish of him. Going out once on the weekend is fine, but he should be spending time with his family. He might be going through a funk - where he hasn't adjusted to being a dad or what exactly being a dad means. Try to talk to him about this and get through to him. If it keeps up then tell him you want to get into counseling.

  5. #15

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    u need to talk to him, tell him if he keeps this up your leaving him,i can see if i was 1 beer,ask him if he will start buying it and bringing it home.

  6. #16

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    You do give him way to much space and he should help you take care of your little girl otherwise she will grow up to just being used to being around girls. He is the selfish one for going out fri and sat and not staying home. He will ruin your relationship. You stand up for yourself now and take a stand. Treat him like he should be treated! If he wanted that baby as much as you did than he should help take care of her, otherwise, forget about him and go on your own!

  7. #17

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    We treat people how to treat us. You have allowed this behavior for some time now, so how can you expect him to change without a good reason why. Well, you my dear are that good reason why. You deserve a man that makes you his first priority and is committed to your relationship. Once you're married, the rules change and you are no longer allowed to frequent bars and go out without your spouse. Allowing him his space to spend time with a friend is one thing, but he doesn't have to turn to a bar, and he surely doesn't have to go out every week. Gather up your self-confidence and demand respect! If he won't make these changes and realize that he is now a married man, you'd better give him a major wake-up call and move out, because you deserve to treated with kindness and respect. If he loves you, he'll make the changes. If he is not willing to make these changes , then you are better off without him, and should move on and take care of yourself and your baby. You owe that child a loving secure home where both parents are committed and respectful of each other's needs.

  8. #18

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

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  9. #19

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    Sweety, you are obviously bothered by this and if you don't confront him in a reasonable manner, it's going to come out in a rage eventually. Whether it is right or not is a matter of personal preference, my feeling is, you don't get time off, why should he? But either way, you need to say something. I have a problem with confrontations too, so I write things down. You can start by writing EXACTLY how you feel, dirty words and all. Get the frustration out...then do the rewrite. Tone it down, be nice, but still say what you feel. Put it aside for a couple of days, then read it again. You will feel better by then and will be able to read it the way it will sound to him. Give him the letter and leave him to read it alone. Give him time to respond, but make sure he does indeed respond. I've had alot of jobs in my life, but being the mom of an infant is the toughest I've had. I was lucky enough to have a very devoted husband. Good luck.

  10. #20

    Is it right for a man to go to a bar for drinks every week when he has a wife and 5 month old baby girl home?

    I think you need to stand up for yourself and quit letting him go out to the bar all the time. He should be home with you and be helping you take care of the baby that he helped make. You need to sit down with him and tell him how you feel. I hope he understands. Good luck!

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