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Am I being selfish by wanting to spend New Years Eve with my husband??

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Answer #1 | 28/12 2013 20:30
No you aren't being selfish, I'm not married but I do think your husband is being a tad bit inconsiderate.. I mean why couldn't he spend half of it with his friends and the other half with you? Sure every guy needs alone time with buddies but NYE is supposed to be a romantic time! I think talk to him about it and ask him if y'all could make a compromise (try a different approach this time). I wish you all the luck! :)
Answer #2 | 28/12 2013 20:34
Seriously? New Year's Eve is reserved for "buddies" You gotta be kidding. WHY in the world did you EVER marry a guy who hasn't outgrown this kinda "thing"??? Oh please...This isn't a marriage, this is a boy's night out, and I don't doubt he has plenty of them having been in the military. Holidays or not? My family has two young men, married and with MANY military friends - they spend their holidays as family, husband and wife or together in some manner of speaking. I just don't get your guy's thinking...I really don't. I wasn't aware? Loving partners did this sort of thing...Sad. Grace
Answer #3 | 28/12 2013 20:32
Newsflash! You married a douchebag. That is all.
Answer #4 | 28/12 2013 20:45
I don't understand these marriages where the friends are more important that the spouse. It sounds sad.
Answer #5 | 28/12 2013 20:48
No you're not being selfish at all. He should be open to change once in a while, and it should be a nice thought for him to at least once spend New Years with you. It's an important one for me too so I understand completely, you're right he is being rather inconsiderate and mean by the sounds of "go find some friends and go out with them"... He doesn't sound like a very nice person
Answer #6 | 28/12 2013 21:50
IF you are married, on New Year's Ev you belong WITH your spouse!! You have ALL yr. long to spend time with your friends. This IS a special nite that a couple should be together to welcome in the New Yr. He is NOT being a bit fair with you. He tells you to spend it with your friends who no doubt will be with the loves of their lives as he should do.Are his friends not going to be with their "loves" either?! I say the ones who have wives & girlfriends should be "allowed" also be with the ones they love. NO, I am NOT in agreement with him at all. His reasoning is way off base!!...Happy New Yr., Sweetie...:)
Answer #7 | 28/12 2013 20:52
I think your husband is totally, totally wrong to spend the evening with friends while you have to 'find' people to keep you company, but you knew he was like this after that first New Year's Eve when you were just dating. Why isn't he inviting you? Can't help wondering who he'll be kissing at midnight.

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