Home    Subscribe    Write for Us    List an Event/Business    Contact    Login
Join the Sydney Mums Facebook Group to ask questions, seek advice, share experiences and join a vibrant and supportive community.

How to completely break away?

by Jon (follow)
Anonymous (119)     
Rating: 5/5

How to completely break away?


I'm at a loss on how to completely break away from my partner.
We have an almost 2 year old together, but I have had enough of him.
I am the sole supporter of our daughter. He pays rent for the house that we share & this i'm sure, makes him feel like he supports us financially, but he doesn't. I have discussed my feelings with him about this and what I expect from him but nothing changes. If I mention anything, he shuts down and communicating is difficult, no matter how I approach the subject. His work is too important and even if i work the same amount of hours as him. (Both labour intensive) I still have the full responsibility of our household and child, while he sits on his butt.
I'm over being angry with him, but we both are from broken homes & we were friends before we got together 10 years ago. I feel lost and i know we don't make each other happy.
It has progressively gotten worse since her birth and 2020 being a tough year, he lost work for alot of it, but was not proactive in getting more work or helping himself.
I want the best for my daughter, but don't want to have to kick him out of our lives but his actions speak so much louder than his words. Especially when his actions are nothing..I also don't want to have to be his mother, he is incapable of doing anything for our daughter without direct instruction or step by step....advise on how to approach this would be helpful!

See the answers on Facebook:

Mums Group Facebook Page

#Anonymous
Featured
Family Photo offer affordable, outdoor photography sessions which are perfect for families with little ones who can't sit still!
18 Oct - 6 Dec
In this 90 minute discussion, you will learn how to tap into the power of play and build a stronger connection with your little one.
1 Mar
How would you like to spend some time exercising while meeting new people in your area?
1 Mar - 8 Mar
Mini Park Rangers enjoy a new theme and story each week.
2 Mar
Bring your preschoolers along for some outdoor stories, songs and play on the first Wednesday of each month during school terms.
3 Mar
Join the conversation on the Sydney Mums Facebook Group


Enjoy affordable family photography from MyFamilyPhoto.com.au

I like this Article - 1
More Articles by Jon
view all articles by Jon
Articles by Jon on Other Hubs
ID: 100577
[ Submit a Comment ]
Calendar
Categories
January (146)
February (142)
March (158)
April (98)
May (177)
June (100)
July (100)
August (124)
September (178)
October (174)
November (167)
December (183)
 
Copyright 2012-2018 OatLabs ABN 18113479226. mobile version