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Author Topic: honoring a husbands request or not  (Read 1802 times)
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Anonymous
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« on: Jan 29, 2009 04:58 AM »


My husband will be away 5 days a week and wishes me to get a roommate or helper since we have 3 bedroom.
I prefer my privacy and don't like the idea of another woman in my home on week-ends when he'll be home.
He is leaving this up to me, but prefers I have company. Is it wrong of me to not honor his request?
We have no children in the home.
Anonymous
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« Reply #1 on: Jan 29, 2009 09:16 AM »

salam

What about an older relative, mum, aunty or something, if not and your husband has left it down to you, you don't have to.

Your husband sounds like he's just worried about you and doesnt want you to be lonely without him.. Which is really sweet.


Wassalaam
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