Her Husband Was Nasty To Some Kids At The Beach, And She Ended Up Having To Yell At Her Husband In Front Of Everyone To Get Him To Stop

Although the teenager apologized, her husband kept yelling at him. Finally, it got to the point where she had to yell at her husband and tell him he had said enough.

She told the teenager that everyone makes mistakes and gave him some tips on how to calm his little sister down. The teen thanked her and walked away, but her husband was still angry, this time with her.

“My husband was clearly upset and told me that he was going home,” she remembered.

“He left without me, and a friend had to drive me instead.”

When she got home, her husband gave her the silent treatment for a few hours before telling her he was embarrassed by how she spoke to him on the beach.

He said to her that she should support him as her husband and that their friends made a joke about her treating him like a child after the ice cream incident.

Did she treat her husband like a child, or is he overreacting?

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