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post #91 of 95 (permalink) Old 03-18-2017, 02:13 PM
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Re: Husband's double dates

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The fact that you've allowed your husband to do this, means that you have something wrong with you.

You need to see a mental health professional.

Saying this bluntly so that you don't misunderstand.

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post #92 of 95 (permalink) Old 03-18-2017, 02:27 PM
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I don't want to give people the wrong impression. he's not telling me he's going out on a date and it's supposed to be romantic with them. But to me it "looks" like a double date, because it's 2 men and 2 women and they dress nicely and they go to a nice place and have drinks and dinner, so to me that's what i call it. He obviously doesn't call it that- he says he's getting together with his friends.
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I think this whole date thing is a symptom of a larger problem. You don't feel that your husband treats you right and that he doesn't have your back. He doesn't take you out on dates. He doesn't hold your opinion as having as much value as his. I think this is what needs to be addressed. If you deal with that issue and start holding your husband to a standard of how you expect to be treated, the date thing will be resolved as part of the general boundary issue that is at the root of all this.

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Uh I would be saying something, now before the next date is planned.

I would be livid if my H were to try and pull this on me,it would not come out pretty for him. You need to speak up and put a stop to this, is does not respect or care about your feelings to be going out with them, knowing how you feel about this. If you can't go neither can he period, who cares if they like it or not. Also are you 100 percent sure it is them and not him who don't want you there, he could be just saying that.



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he's not telling me he's going out on a date and it's supposed to be romantic with them. But to me it "looks" like a double date, because it's 2 men and 2 women and they dress nicely and they go to a nice place and have drinks and dinner, so to me that's what i call it.
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