I think it can feel like this, although obviously the mother is the most important person of course.
NHS staff are also seriously undermanned and over worked most of the time, so I always tried to stay out of their way!
Dominic Hayhoe started the topic Things They Didn’t Warn You About Before Becoming A Dad in the forum The DadsNet Forum 4 weeks ago
What’s your biggest surprise after becoming a Dad?
The green first nappies or squirting poo when you’re changing them or something else?
Let’s have all your horror stories!
It sounds like you both really need outside help to find out what you both really feel.
Some kind of counselling, be it marriage guidance or another type can really help you both offer your true feelings in an unbiased environment.
We all do things we later regret, but it very much sounds like you both need to understand what it is you…[Read more]
Dominic Hayhoe replied to the topic Wife has admitted to cheating and want to leave anyway in the forum The DadsNet Forum 1 month, 1 week ago
I think you’ve been very honest.
What are you worried about exactly?
Try to settle things amicably, but if you do have to go through the CSA (or whatever it’s called these days) just prove your salary with your payslips. They can’t take what you don;t have.
Always best to try and be civil and amicable for the sake of the children, and your…[Read more]
The amount of empathy anyone requires is entirely bespoke.
From your post, it sounds like what you need is to open really good communication channels with your Fiance.
Have you told her how you feel, really? Have you sat down with her and told her how it affects you?
You rewrote your post after my comments.
I just didn’t think claiming ALL anti-vaxxers were dickheads who ALL claimed it causes autism was helping your campaign nee article.
I think it reads much better now.
It sounds like it’s him you should be talking to.
Why did being drunk make you call it off?
Impossible to say remotely what your OH will think, but not talking to him about it will certainly not help.
I was in a similar situation, you feel torn and guilty when you shouldn’t.
I always believe in these situations continued communication is the key.
That’s communication with your partner, with your work and yes I believe some sort of counselling is a huge help, whether that’s with both of you together or separately.
Saying nothing is the worse…[Read more]
Pretty strong stuff Mark, perhaps you could let us know why you’re qualified to say those people anti vaccines are all dick heads who ALL claim it causes autism.
Personally, you come across as someone who’s very angry that some people don’t support your opinion, rather than someone who’s educated and thoroughly researched your topic, but tha…[Read more]
Not really sure what kind of advice you’re after, but it sounds to me you need to remember your own self-worth.
Nothing you can do will bring her back if she doesn’t want to come back. There’s plenty you can do to stop her coming back though like pestering or suffocating her.
Give her space, show her you’ll carry on with your life just fine wi…[Read more]
There are quite a few guides online about how much sleep a child needs, but every child is different. Our eldest is on the low side of hours needed like me, but our youngest could sleep for Britain!
Yes we too found the older maternity nurses awful (the younger one’s seemed more caring) and like you also had an emergency C with our first.
Our daughter wouldn’t sleep at all for 3 months and we were walking zombies. In the end I sought outside help from a sleep nanny which was a godsend.
I would seek outside help sooner rather than…[Read more]
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