My husband and I had planned a 9 day vacation at our little cabin since January. He decided to invite his parents to " visit" and take them out on a charter boat fishing.
Problem is that he did this without talking to me about it.
I was pissed. We argued. He said I was selfish hateful etc.
I told him I would suck it up, never do that again and at least we would have half the vacation to ourselves.
Nope, they plan on being there the entire time.
He says he will just cancel the entire vacation instead of asking them to leave a few days early.
I'm not canceling my vacation. I need some time off.
I'm angry, hurt and don't know how to handle this.
before even i start with my thoughts about your issue i would like to share a passage from bible
Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It is not rude, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no account of wrongs.…
now the important question.. "do you love your husband?"
in todays time we are so much about ourself that we forgot the meanings of words which we often use. now ask yourself what is it that is more bothersome.. he not asking you or he inviting his parents. now lets try to think it through.. he didnt ask you because he must have thought that if he will ask you may deny.. for second question inviting his parents.. how will you have reacted if they were your parents.. when we love someone we want to share happiness with them and probably any child would look for opportunity to give happiness to their parents (except few) and you would have done the same thing with your parents.
life is too short dear and deep within you, you know what is correct. all you need to do is unveil the mind enough that it can reach your heart. you will be very happy then.
let your heart be your guide and may you find peace and contentment .. god bless
Whats stopping you two from taking off by yourself when they visit? They'd probably enjoy being at the cabin alone. You and hubby have a few days together. Then come back together at the cabin.