How can I be more supportive of my husbands business?
My husband has become a part of a business called Market America. He is doing well for just recently starting out. I stay at home and take care of our 3 children. The thing is, is that he has meeting every Tuesday and Thursday nights and at least 2 Saturdays a month. When he is home from his day job he is on the phone or has people over talking business. I know he is doing this to better our financial stability but I am at the point that I think I am starting to resent him for it. He does so much with our family but he isn't really there because of "business" calls ect...... I do not want to fight with him. I want to be supportive but I also want him to realize that we are just important now as we were before and will be when he is successful. If anyone has been in this situation please tell me how I can talk to him to let him know I am behind him 100% but he needs to be behind his family just as much? Thank you.
Asked By: my3sweetties - 5/25/2006
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If you have a husband that is a Dreamer and is out there chasing his dream everyday, you better thank God that you are married to him. Many women who have husbands that just come back from work and turn on the TV with a can of beer, would gladly trade places with you. Your husband did it not for himself, he did it for... More
Answered By: Shaun P. - 5/25/2006
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Tell him you support him and even though he's working very hard to support his family he also needs to take time and spend with them. Where would be in 5 years after he's worked away those years, and he doesn't know his kids or his wife anymore? Life to short to work it away. Without support from his family it... More
Answered By: ak_melinda - 5/25/2006
Ok--men have inside them a drive to be the provider for there families---and yes this will cause resentment to build, but you have to realize that he wants to do it for you and the kids---He may not realized that he is spending so much time with his work--there has to be balance---a business of your own is a 24/7 job--... More
Answered By: 2muchcoffee - 5/25/2006
LOOK i kind of know what you mean. So do you go to church? Get involved with the church. Often times they have a nursery 4 the kids. Go volunteer a couple of times a week at the local soup kitchen find a sitter. Then make and appointment a couple of times a week 4 family... More
Answered By: stargazer 100 - 5/25/2006
Right now it sounds as if your husband is focusing on the success of the business >and more than likely in his mind it is for the future success and well being of the family. To support him, try relating to him your feelings on a business level. example.. Honey I understand the importance of the business to our family... More
Answered By: laughsall - 5/25/2006
You really need to get a job.
Answered By: Frank Castle - 5/25/2006
One way to show him support is to get involved with the business. Not only will a family operated business help your financial independence come faster, it will bring the family closer together. Offer to take some calls for him. File some of his accounts for him. Show him you are interested... More
Answered By: wartimethings - 5/25/2006
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