Wednesday, 26 May 2010

It's been a while

Rubbish week, in bed with flu. Daughters did a fab job of looking after me; husband was grumpy and sulky at my inability to carry on. I tell a lie - one evening he did cook the meal - for me and him at least. Daughters had to fend for themselves.....

Wouldn't you think that when we're incapacitated, it would make our husbands better appreciate all that we do when we're working at usual speed? After all, I watch Wife Swap - the husbands on that seem very grateful to have their wives back...... Now that's an idea - I could go on Wife Swap to expose him and his irrational behaviours. He may agree - he thinks he's being perfectly rational and merely reactive to my 'bad behaviour'. He says that a lot, by the way: "you're behaving very badly" - like I'm a child. When actually, he's the one behaving like a child.

1 comment:

  1. You are smart, and can see the damage in those types of words. Do not let him get into you, or it will destroy you. These phrases, "you're behaving very badly" are ways of belittling and are negative methods of control while trying to get you to do what he wants.