Re: A mistress?
What you have here is a failure to communicate.
Your wife failed to communicate to you what she felt was important, to HER, for YOU to accomplish today.
You failed to communicate to your wife what you felt was important, to YOU, for YOU to accomplish today.
And you both failed to do this before you both started doing anything.
Here's what works for my wife and I- In the morning on "work" days, we sit and have a quick head-to-head over our morning coffee and decide what each of us thinks NEEDS to be done today, and what we both WANT to do today, and plan it out. No conflict, no issues.
Of course, keep in mind that it is the second marriage for both of us. WLFOF.
It's 5 o'clock somewhere:
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