Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters - Page 3 - Forums at Psych Central



advertisement
Reply
 
Thread Tools Display Modes
Old 04-18-2018, 06:20 PM #21
divine1966's Avatar
divine1966 divine1966 is offline
Legendary
 
Member Since: Dec 2014
Location: US
Posts: 13,386
divine1966 divine1966 is offline
Legendary
divine1966's Avatar
divine1966 has no updates.
 
Member Since: Dec 2014
Location: US
Posts: 13,386 (SuperPoster!)

3 yr Member
447 hugs
given
PC PoohBah!
Default Re: Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters

Could you look for a different type of job that doesnít frequently lay people off?

Are you on unemployment?

Did you discuss payment plan with water company?
divine1966 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
"Thanks for this!" says:

advertisement
Old 04-18-2018, 08:39 PM #22
antsk antsk is offline
New Member
 
Member Since: Apr 2018
Location: Michigan
Posts: 8
antsk antsk is offline
New Member
antsk has no updates.
 
Member Since: Apr 2018
Location: Michigan
Posts: 8

1 yr Member
Default Re: Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters

We discussed payment plans. We are having trouble meeting what they could provide us as for payments. I do get unemployment but $362 per week that is the maximum in our state. I make five times that per week normally so our debt commitments are based on that.

Also I have a good job and a masters degree. Company had a bad year and had to cut back for a few months.
antsk is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 04-18-2018, 10:44 PM #23
Trippin2.0's Avatar
Trippin2.0 Trippin2.0 is offline
Legendary
 
Member Since: May 2010
Location: Cape Town South Africa
Posts: 11,826
Trippin2.0 Trippin2.0 is offline
Legendary
Trippin2.0's Avatar
Trippin2.0 seemingly lost inside her own head….
 
Member Since: May 2010
Location: Cape Town South Africa
Posts: 11,826 (SuperPoster!)

8 yr Member
614 hugs
given
PC PoohBah!
Default Re: Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters

I still fail to see how your wifeís vacation changes anything.

Juggle a few balls in the air to make it work, wouldnít she do the same for you?
__________________


Dxd BP2 on the 04.06.2010
Dxd BPD and OCPD in 2011


"The best way to make it through with hearts and wrists in tact, is to realise, two out of three aint bad" FOB...
Trippin2.0 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
Old 04-19-2018, 01:26 AM #24
scorpiosis37's Avatar
scorpiosis37 scorpiosis37 is offline
Magnate
 
Member Since: Apr 2010
Location: USA
Posts: 2,302
scorpiosis37 scorpiosis37 is offline
Magnate
scorpiosis37's Avatar
scorpiosis37 has no updates.
 
Member Since: Apr 2010
Location: USA
Posts: 2,302

8 yr Member
22 hugs
given
PC PoohBah!
Default Re: Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters

Like others have said, feelings arenít right or wrong. Feelings are what they are. It makes sense that you feel this way given how stressed out you are.

That said, if is the primary breadwinner and she is still getting paid during her vacation, it sounds like she is doing her part to contribute to the family. If you usually work and have a masterís degree, canít you find some kind of job to do during the day when the kids are at school? Since the change in finances is due to a change in your employment, doesnít it make sense that you would shoulder more of the burden for making up enough of that lost income to pay essential bills? It also doesnít seem to make sense that everyone else on the trip would change their schedules just to accommodate you. Since your wife decided to go, itís not even her that thinks the timing is a problem; itís just you. But you arenít paying for or involved in the trip, so it doesnít really make sense that you would get to determine their timing.
scorpiosis37 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
"Thanks for this!" says:
Old 04-19-2018, 05:19 AM #25
divine1966's Avatar
divine1966 divine1966 is offline
Legendary
 
Member Since: Dec 2014
Location: US
Posts: 13,386
divine1966 divine1966 is offline
Legendary
divine1966's Avatar
divine1966 has no updates.
 
Member Since: Dec 2014
Location: US
Posts: 13,386 (SuperPoster!)

3 yr Member
447 hugs
given
PC PoohBah!
Default Re: Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters

If you have masters degree maybe you should look for a job that doesnít lay people off. Iíd not work the kind of job and I donít have 4 kids at home. Perhaps you can get a temporary job right now, retail hires part time all the time. If you canít manage and water is shut down go get a second job or something. Also if you know your company lays people off periodically why not save money to get through few months? You focus on wrong things. Beingmad your wife is on vacation instead of looking into ways and choices to improve your life overall
divine1966 is offline   Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
"Thanks for this!" says:
Old 04-19-2018, 06:45 AM #26
Anonymous57777
Guest
 
Posts: n/a
Anonymous57777
Guest
Anonymous57777 has no updates. Edit
 
Posts: n/a

Default Re: Wife goes on 10 day Vacation With Sisters

While you look for a job, consider scoring from home! The hours are flexible! This is not a career as it is temporary but at this time of year there is a lot of work available....
https://www.pearsonassessments.com/careers.html (Scoring at home)
  Reply With QuoteReply With Quote
"Thanks for this!" says:
Reply

Thread Tools
Display Modes

Posting Rules
You may not post new threads
You may not post replies
You may not post attachments
You may not edit your posts

BB code is On
Smilies are On
[IMG] code is On
HTML code is Off



All times are GMT -5. The time now is 12:38 AM.

Powered by vBulletin® — Copyright © 2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.



 

advertisement

Psych Central Forums

Psych Central is the leading mental health website, overseen by mental health professionals since 1995.

 

Helplines and Lifelines

The material on this site is for informational purposes only, and is not a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment provided by a qualified health care provider. .

Always consult your doctor or mental health professional before trying anything you read here.
Please read the full disclaimer.