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12th June 2006, 04:53 PM
Hi, I am new to this site, and I have a little problem I'm hoping to get some advise. I am 26, I've been married for almost 5 years, I have a 3 year old son, and am 5 months pregnant. My husband and I have always had a great relationship, very open and honest. About 2 years ago, he quit his jopb, and about a year ago he started his own ATV parts and accessories online bussiness. Everything seemed ok, but it feels like he is pushing himself away from me. Now, since he has his business, he had one of his buddies take pictures of some girl on his 4-wheeler, after a long discussion a week ago with me telling him that I didn't like the idea, and him telling me ok he wouldn't do it. So he tried to act like he didn't know his buddy was taking the pics, but I'm not stupid, I am so angry and I don't know if I have a right to be, or if its just the pregnancy hormones. Someone please help,,,,I'm afraid that this is just the start of something really bad!
14th June 2006, 08:09 AM
I think that when we are pregnant we do get more anxious about things, especially if we are feeling tired, but then it sounds as if your husband is acting a bit out of character here and you are wondering what has changed.
Rather than focussing on the issue of taking photos of these girls, you could try to be affectionate and spend as much time as you can with him. Could you take an interest in his work. You know these photos might just be something to boost his business if he is going to use them as advertising. If you help with his business then it may become clearer what is going on.
Take care of your self and that special baby of yours
19th June 2006, 09:57 AM
Yeah Liz, you are right...pregnancy and the hormones going wild..just rest youself, dont take tension. make sure that your baby is fine,...worry will have negative effect on your blood pressure, hence on the child..relax, everyfin will b olrite.
24th June 2006, 12:03 PM
in addition to liz and cupido's tips, here is another from a diff perspective: men also go through strange mixed emotional and sexual feelings during their SO's pregnancy. by all means give him space, but make the effort to reach out and keep intimacy and communication in tact with your man! (that's NOT the same as being overly nosy and curious.)
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