Problem Solving

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Problem solving process part, 1.
Problems in my relationship:
I have an issue that becomes a problem to often to say it’s just an issue. My problem is my marriage, It has more downs thin it does up’s. My husband likes to make me feel that everything I chose to do or don’t do is wrong. We are constantly arguing, and 90% of the time it’s in front of the kid, that for me is a big problem. Because thin it turns in to an issue to get them to lesion to what I tell them to do, they see their dad disrespect me and they don’t think they have to respect me by doing as I say. It gets frustrating when all he does is sit around and complain that the house is not cleaned or there are toys everywhere, with him just sitting around all day not doing anything I clean up after everyone it teaches them to be lazy and they think “mommy is supposed to do everything”. I do the cooking, the cleaning, take care of the kids, the dogs and do school work. Doing all this is stressful an if I try asking for help instead of him seeing what I need help with he will get attitude an say what do u want me to do, this problem don’t help with teaching the kids how to help pick up around the house or to know when to leave me alone so I can do my school work. The only solution I can think of is to leave and get my kids away from the problems and the issues so that they won’t be any more affected by what’s going on. I tried to suggest going to counseling but he refuses to go. I don’t want my kids growing up thinking that this is the way relationships are supposed to be like. I don’t think they should have to see me an there dad fighting all the time and as they get older an get to an age where they can date think that fighting all the time is how things are supposed to be. Leaving and getting them away from the issue is to me the best idea for their health as well as my own.
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