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He Had A Horrible Day At Work And Started Crying When He Got Home, But His Wife Just Began Smirking And Recording Him

“It may have been that she felt awkward, but for obvious reasons, this upset me more,” he recalled.

“And when I asked her what the [heck] her problem was, she said I was having a ‘mental break’ that she should keep evidence of on her phone.”

This pushed him to walk out of their house, get into his car, and immediately drive away. Afterward, he stayed in a cheap motel for the evening and ignored all of his wife’s phone calls and texts.

Then, the following morning, he went home around 4:00 a.m., continued ignoring his wife, gathered all of his necessary things, and left again. He just went to work and proceeded to spend the weekend in the same cheap motel.

Well, his wife ended up texting him and calling him a huge jerk for not allowing her “an opportunity to explain herself.”

“I don’t understand what there is to explain,” he vented.

Still, he’s unsure if leaving after his wife started recording him during a vulnerable moment was really such a crazy reaction.

How would you feel if your spouse just started recording you while you were crying instead of being there for you? Did he have a right to leave?

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