| | Re: guys night out-overreacting?
It would bother me too. It's placing him in a situation that could get sticky and I don't think that's wise.
I'm far more social than my husband is and he's fairly understanding of this but I keep my social gatherings generally at home and ladies only generally unless it's a couple thing and then he's with me. I am assuming since one friend is divorced and one is separated that the buddies your husband are hanging out with will be looking for women and it's not appropriate for him to be doing this.
Every now and then my friends and I will actually go out but my husband always knows where I am, can contact me anytime via phone and is always the one to pick me up.
Nothing wrong with having a good time now and then but I think doing it with respect to each other's feelings is important.
A question I have for you is do you trust your husband and just don't like him putting himself in a sticky situation or do you not trust him and feel uncomfortable when he goes out without you all the time?
Either way, I understand how you feel and don't think it's strange at all.