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If my husband acts like a child, how should I treat him?
ie: pouting to get his way, doing spiteful things in retaliation for suggestions to get things done around the house, etc. should i give him a clonk with the rolling pin?



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tinamia
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Set him in the corner,feed him baby food for dinner,and don't let him play with your STUFF!(wink,wink)

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CindyLu
You should give him a boot out the door and go find a man to share life with you.

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Howie
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Treat him like a child, but without the violence--that could lead to worse things, and is not the answer. Give him time-outs, where he probably will not quietly sit in a corner, but you can totally ignore him...in another room, if you have to. Remove whatever allowance and or privileges he receives. Be creative, and tell him just why you are doing these things: because he is acting like a child, and it will not pay off with you. If he doesn't believe you, share his behavior with someone he looks up to and trust; let THEM give feedback to him on his behavior!

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bethpihlaja
Like a child
or go on strike quit doing everything around the house until he helps out let the dishes pile up when he runs out of clean clothes he will help out if you

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talloolah
Is it the Mommy in you?

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2good4U
Tell him to grow up or he's going to TIME OUT!

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♥ ♥Be Happi♥ ♥
Ignore him when he acts like that - and see if he grows up.

Good Luck

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pkt3ckg1rl0
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NO. You two need to discuss both of your actions like civilized people. Fighting and bickering and getting divorces because you won't communicate are silly! Tell him how it makes you feel when he acts this way and try to work things out without violence. Nothing will get done if you do not communicate.

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Meg
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talk to him about it. be like "ok we're both grown ups and we both need to pull together to get things done around the house. how would you feel if instead of making dinner one night i sat at the table with my arms crossed pouting? you'd think i was a total immature fool. think about how you act when i ask you to mow the lawn... get the picture?"

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XerikaX
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well if your husband acts like a child, just pretend he is a child. Like if he drinks beer or achole what ever, something kids wont drink, just take it away from him, and say oh, sorry hun, this is no apple juice. Yeah i guess it would be pretty funny, pretending that he is a child.

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Jeremiah
beat him like a stepchild

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ronnad1975
Oh girl, I have been there! While nothing would make you feel quite as good as knockin him out, be very careful how you react to his actions.
I was married for 8 years to a man that pouted when he didnt get his way and generally manipulated me to get exactly what he wanted! I started treating him like a child, and he starting treating me like his mother - complete with rebellion. WELLL.. our relationship went downhill from there because it started to really effect our sex life (who wants to have sex with a woman that treats him like a child???) We ended up getting a divorce that could have been avoided.
My advice is to talk to him - AS AN ADULT. i know you want to talk down to him because he's acting like a kid, but DONT. You have to talk some sense in him, while respecting him as a man. If you talk down to him he will see you as a "MOM" figure and it could potentially ruin your marriage.
Good luck, I know how you feel! R

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pinkwoodrose
He needs to grow up FAST!!! I have lived with my "man boy" for 28 years and it does NOT get better. Does he drink? You better let him know now that you are not going to play his games. We teach others how to treat us.

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shyra w
absolutely clonk him with the rolling pin.
Hey mine also acts like a kid. He's a 61 year old kid. And you know I wouldn't change a single thing about him at all.
He acts his age when he needs to. But for the most part at home. He's a kid at heart.

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spcn
Like a child! Does he need a spanking? A time-out? Stand in the corner? No treats? OR THERAPY!!!

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Kendi
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only treat him like he treats you - they only then, can get a taste of their own medicine.
withold sex, always works 4 me.

:)

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Babylove
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Sounds like he has some control issues and that he's very immature.You need to sit him down and discuss with him,and let him know that the world doesn't revolve around him,and that you're not going to stand for this.

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Ground him from his toys?

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maree2007hamill
well are they important things to do? does he work, do you work? if you both work you should split the work. he you stay home you should have them done

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Don't worry... be happy
Buy some dipers for him

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Counting Crows
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Well, judging by your pic, you don't take your self serious either. Maybe the problem is he doesn't know when the joking ends.
Sorry but this is a straight answer. It's fun to be funny sometimes but taking things serious is important. People need to know where your coming from.

Me and my wife sit down and talk about things every Monday. We talk about how we can improve and what is right and what is wrong. We also have a date night. These two things are vital to our companionship.

Also you need to establish a task sheet. Tell him what you will do and ask if he will help with A B and C.

This may sound childish but if your fighting it's a way to sort things out.

Once you establish a pattern then do away with the task sheet.

There is nothing wrong with order in the house. Just say you are practising being a family so you can set a good example for the kids some day.

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Lavanda
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And he wasn't like this when you married him? Tell him, when he pouts, that if he doesn't snap out of it...you'll call his mom. If he wants to be babied....she'll be happy to do it.

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anonomous
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that really depends on how may hours a week hes working.

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Starla_C
Treat him like your husband of course. You could be causing him to behave the way he does because of the way you treat him.

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greeneyedevil
hmm, how about you talk to him like an adult, it sounds like you are already treating him like a child.

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r_webby@sbcglobal.net
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just talk to him

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Stephen K
No, for that is assault. Send him to the bathroom for punishment

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katydint
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Yeah, the Rolling Pin Technique is underestimated for getting attention . . .
But when he comes to - treat him like a wise man whom you respect and are thrilled to be married to. With any luck he'll rise to the occasion.
And good luck.

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Anonymous
Confront him about it, that it's bothering you. Then maybe you can work something out, and learn to aceppt.

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Stymie
nope roll with it. have fun with it, life is too short to be worried about small trivial things such as that

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bubba
defintitely get out the frying pan and slam him upside the head.

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