GOOD MORNING I WANTED TO KNOW FROM YOU GALS WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT A MARRIED MAN IN HIS LATE 30S WITH CHILDREN. SHOULD HE STILL BE HANGING OUT AT NIGHT CLUBS EVERY OTHER WEEKEND ??? I WANTED TO KNOW FROM OTHERS TO SEE WHAT THEY THOUGHT???
First of all, if you are going through this personally I'm sorry. I know that has to be hard. I wouldn't think a night club would be appropriate for a married guy. Í've been blessed to have my hubby home every night. But I know that in our modern world that's rare. All I can say is maybe approach him in a nonthreatening way and let him know that it is bothering you and ask him to substitute it for another activity.
NO ONE EVER SAID HE WASNT SUPPOSE TO HAVE FUN BUT THERE COMES A TIME IN YOUR LIFE WHEN YOU REACH A CERATIN AGE LEVEL. CERTAIN THINGS CHANGE AND GOING TO A NIGHT CLUB EVERY WEEKEND & COMING HOME WHEN THE SUN IS ABOUT TO COME UP IS NOT HOW A MARRIED MAN SUPPOSE TO ACT. I KNOW WE ALL ARE SUPPOSE TO HAVE OUR OWN OUTLET BUT IF THE SHOE WAS ON THE OTHER FOOT WITH ME GOING TO A NIGHT CLUB EVERY WEEKEND WOULD IT HOLD THE SAME SANDARDS???
My hubby goes out maybe 1 to3 times a year and he plans them a least a month ahead of time. And he use to play poker every weekend but you made sure he played at the house with his buddies and not late .I am the same to. But every other weekend. That has to be hard on the kids. And the kids might do the same when they get older. But what do I know.
But I guess if he does not come home drunk and loud, Like my brother does ( but he does not have kids) that can be a bright side.
If it is a problem that u or a friend has , Maybe you will need to talk with him, And don't get loud, Be respectful and let him know that it is a problem with you. And I hope he will be concern and then let him try to come with a answer to the problem, Maybe you can ask him.
Babe it really troubles me when you go out ever other weekend; Can you figure out something like go out once every other month or once a month?
But try to let him figure something out. Cuz men like to be the problem solver