I Dread it When He's Coming Home, Am I Wrong
My bf is otr ( 4 yrs now) with our dog Paris 😊. I work full time ( home health care) I work 12 days straight and I am only off every other weekend when he’s home.
While he’s gone I do daily house chores to maintain the house while I’m working but when he’s home OMG... he is such a slob!! I spend my weekends off cooking, cleaning and doing laundry. By the time the weekend is up I feel like I haven’t had a day off. I am so tired !
I also pick him up when he’s home and take him back to the truck. I run my life and work schedule around his job plus I pay ALL the bills and handle EVERYTHING at home.
He don’t even help me out when he’s home and I’m so pissed off about it! I tried to talk to him about it last night and basically what he is saying is because he makes more than me he pays most of the bills FOR ME ( bcuz he’s never here) that’s it should be my responsibility to do all of this and him paying the bills is how he shows appreciation and that should be enough.
He is unwilling to compromise on helping me out when he’s home. And there are also things he can do to help out while he’s on the road too, for example... the lint filter in the dryer broke the other day ( I told him this) he was sitting for 38 hrs while I was working 11 plus hrs a day.
I feel that he could have looked online and ordered the part for it the same as I did here but he didn’t so I had too. He told me I didn’t give him the model number. I didn’t know he was sitting or I would have .
I’m really just so tired and aggravated with him and this situation. He is coming home this weekend and I am dreading it. am I wrong for feeling this way ?
I really just want some help around here so I can relax a little too. Between the dog shedding constantly, his cig ashes all over the floor and his table and normal cooking cleaning and laundry I feel like I’m ready to snap on him.
Also I am sick of running my WHOLE LIFE around him and his job just to be taken for granted ALL THE DAMN TIME!!!!!!!!!!!
Plz help! Any advice is appreciated