By Jesica Mcgee - 29/10/2020 18:02 - United States - Ferndale

Narcissist

Today, I got a job, a good job with benefits, 401 k, took a lot of work to get this: background check, drug testing, being qualified and I need to pay bills. I can't even be happy because my husband got demoted. It's all about him, and fuck my hard work. FML
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By  Fergus52  |  16

Congrats on the new job. Even though your hubby may not share your excitement, you can still be excited about it. But it's definitely worth discussing his lack of support and how it it makes you feel. Hopefully if you kindly & respectively communicate (don't just have a go at him) how his actions (or lack thereof) make you feel, he will understand and you can both work together to improve the level of support you receive. It's worth noting that (unless he's a dick) he probably thinks he's giving you support, it just may not be in a method/area you like/need. So let him know how & in what ways he can support you in a way that you'll be able to most appreciate. A helpful way to do that can be to start off by asking how you can support him (and then segue into how he can support you).

By  Samantha K  |  7

No matter what husband went through he should still be supportive of your accomplishments🤷🏾‍♀️ self love is the best love, dont need a validation for anything. As long as you are happy about your accomplishments that’s all that matters 😊

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By  Fergus52  |  16

Congrats on the new job. Even though your hubby may not share your excitement, you can still be excited about it. But it's definitely worth discussing his lack of support and how it it makes you feel. Hopefully if you kindly & respectively communicate (don't just have a go at him) how his actions (or lack thereof) make you feel, he will understand and you can both work together to improve the level of support you receive. It's worth noting that (unless he's a dick) he probably thinks he's giving you support, it just may not be in a method/area you like/need. So let him know how & in what ways he can support you in a way that you'll be able to most appreciate. A helpful way to do that can be to start off by asking how you can support him (and then segue into how he can support you).

By  Samantha K  |  7

No matter what husband went through he should still be supportive of your accomplishments🤷🏾‍♀️ self love is the best love, dont need a validation for anything. As long as you are happy about your accomplishments that’s all that matters 😊