My husband left a wrapper outside and a bowl he had hiccups and really wanted to get the bowl because who does that he brought it in but I want to nag him all night and maybe the rest of the week about him making a mistake he said iam picking a stupid fight because I get bored. he went to his office because he hates arguing and I can't let this go.
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You're being unreasonable. And that's an understatement.0
I can barely understand what you wrote, but sounds extremely unreasonable. Pick your battles and stop nagging over things that don't matter. Life is too short to be miserable all the time.0
What's the issue? He made a mistake and corrected it.0
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This is one of those situations where initially... I laughed when I started figuring out what the heck your question was asking... but... then... abruptly stopped laughing.
Yes you are being unreasonable. You are being unreasonable to such a degree that it literally went from 'funny' (because of the extreme degree to which you're being unreasonable to 'oh shit... this woman is legitimately suffering from something well beyond 'normal' nit-picking.
This is so unreasonable... it's a sign that there's something going on with you that you should look at talking to somebody about.
I'm not in any way a mental health professional, but the first thing this made me think of was "that sounds like obsessive compulsive disorder". But again, I don't know what I'm talking about.
What I CAN tell you for sure, is that your thoughts and urges around the bowl and wanting to correct your husband for it is not normal. I am keeping in mind that some 'normal' women are going to be neat-freaks, or be the type to nag about any fault, or be the type to want to bring up something well after the situation has passed... but... this is something you (and probably include your husband) should look at getting an assessment for.
I'm not saying this to offend you, but because my reaction to this is..."yea there's definitely something going on beyond normal." If it's possible, I really urge you to see if you can get someone to assess you for OCD and whatnot. :)