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Her View Shop. Share this: Email. Genuine interest, caring, and respectfulness are the way to go. I went through this with my son's father.

We are no longer together for other reasons. He would neglect everything for video games. Told me that he didn't have any money to help pay for bills, but could afford to buy his cigarettes and video games.

I was hurt by this. He also started talking to me in video game lingo about the games he was playing. I had no idea what he was talking about.

This is a hard habit to break. It's a matter of knowing when it's acceptable to play and when it's not. You might just need to speak with him and have a compromise.

This way he can still play his games, but you and your children have a daddy to spend time with. Oh I feel ya sister. My husband really has no bad habits.

He doesn't drink or smoke or go out with his buddies very often, but I hate his computer games more then anything.

He can sit at this computer for hours. If I didn't complain I don't think he would ever get off here. He too plays every night but it's usually after our boys go to bed and for 4 to 6 hours every weekend day.

I know I shouldn't complain because he is a very loving man who is great to his hole family, but man a little bit of time together at night would be great.

It can feel very lonely. If he put half as much time into his artist talents as he did those games he would be a great success.

I so feel your pain. I don't think he will out grow it anytime soon so I guess we must suffer. My husband has always been a huge video game player, to the point I actually had to send the new X Box , when it first came out, to Iraq!

I've learned that it's his "personal" time away from us. Although, you have little ones still, so he needs to understand that you still need him.

I remember when we were first married, he would stay up until the wee hours of the morning and never come to bed! Drove me nuts! All you can do is tell him how you feel, and keep in mind he needs his time, but you need your time too.

I work full-time and started my own business as well, so my evenings that I do my Spa Parties are my time. I get to visit with adult women and spend a few hours pampering ourselves!

Of course, once the children get older he'll have them playing Mine used to and it drove me NUTS.

My son was about six months old and we had temporary custody of my nine year old niece. I was studying for the bar exam and asked my husband to watch the kids for a couple of hours each day especially on his days off so I could have uninterrupted study time.

I'd hear the baby crying his eyes out and would come out of the bedroom to see the baby on the floor and my niece watching tv. The first few times I'd call for him and he'd come upstairs.

My niece told me that he would go back downstairs as soon as I left. I started getting really irritated and crept quietly downstairs. He was playing video games on the computer.

I have to admit that I gave him an absolute earful about leaving a baby in the care of a nine year old and a few other things.

That was four years ago. Now, when he gets a new video game he'll go nuts playing it until he has "conquered" it but I'm just very clear about what I need from him.

I still get a little grumpy over this childish obsession, but I figure that as far as vices go this isn't a bad one. He doesn't drink, smoke, do drugs, watch every single sporting event, gamble or even GOLF!

Dear T. My 37 year old husband plays computer games every night. Sometimes I find it very frustrating but most times he will take breaks and help me with the girls.

When the girls were younger I found it problematic, but I sat down with him and we discussed how much "guy time" he needed when he got home.

We set some rules together on how much time he needed to unwind from work and his over an hour commute. Now that they are older it has become sort of a bonding time for him and the girls.

They sit and cheer him on and give him advice on how to win. Especially the family friendly Wii games. My oldest beats him at bowling much to his chagrin!

Anyway, take some time with your husband and let him know how you feel. Set some ground rules together and he can play maybe not to his heart's content and you can get help with the girls.

I feel your pain, and here's my advice. Guys need an outlet after work. It's just that simple. They have a hard time coming home and jumping into helping out around the house, like we'd be able to do.

It would be hard on your relationship if you asked him to do that. On the other hand, there has to be balance. Insisting on balance will also be hard on our relationship.

I think that honesty and communication will help you with this one. After you've fed him a great meal and the kids are happily playing, let him know without emotion.

Then, express again, without emotion your desire for his help with the kids in the evening. Let it be a request for help.

Guys like to help the damsel in distress. However, they don't respond real well to an emotional breakdown. Every experience that before?!?!

I sure have. Doesn't work. Good luck! At least your husband has a job. Mine goes to College full time now, hes He neglects school to play.

I work all day, come home, take care of the kids and pets, clean, whatever needs to be done. I am over it. Oh this is funny to me. Not only are you not alone, plus the responses you are getting, I have friends and syblings around the country who are dealing with it too.

Ours is online Xbox though! This started to cause alot of problems with my husband and I. We just made ground rules. The game can come on when dinner is done, the chores are all done, and Ive had a break from the house for a min.

Coming straight home and getting on the computer is not fair to you. He hasnt been home all day and now its like he still isnt home. Good luck to you sister!

Yes, yes, I feel your pain! My husband plays guitar and Xbox and he is also 37 years old. I make Sundays family day where I dont sit on the pc and email and he doesn't play with anything other than our little girls guitar backyardians There are days that I want to form a group called Mothers Agaist Xbox :.

I have been married for four years now and we have a very pretty little girl Olivia. I work four days a week during the day and my husband works at night, so the time spent with her is equal.

I feel that I have to compete for his time somedays so I know it can be hard. Hang in there! There are definitely times when I got frustrated and a little jealous of the time he was getting to himself.

I work full time from home and balance all of the normal daily stuff as well as a demanding job. Now when he gets home from work, he spends minutes with the kids.

Only a few nights a week does he play for long periods. The other nights, he will log in for just a short time so he can help me with dinner, baths, etc.

It really has helped. Also, now once or twice a month, I have started going out with a couple other Moms from our neighborhood to have dessert and just relax with friends usually right around the kids bedtime.

Nobody can be expected to be supermom with only hours sleep and maintaining the demanding schedules we have. We get tired and run out of gas My husband says he forgets that sometimes because I work so hard to keep our family on top of things.

Best of luck! My husband and all 7 of my brothers or brother-in-laws play video games. I think most men that generation do. The key is just finding a balance that works for your family.

In our house, playing video games is like me reading a book or watching TV It's time he laid down the controller and helped out equally.

If you resent him playing, then you need to go back to square one with him and agree on some limitations. I'm with ya! I am in the same boat. I have had to lay down law about it, because it can get to be very overwhelming for us.

I've got lots of history and knowledge about this subject and where it can lead. I can write a book, and believe me, I've thought about doing just that!

Hang in there. Drop me a line, we can talk more!! My husband, 49, and teenage son, 16, both play computer games every night and are hard to get to help me around the house, too.

It is sometimes like pulling teeth to get them to help with anything. But, I guess it is better than them going out every night.

My hub bought a wii for his birthday this past year. But when i need him to put the darn thing down and clean something thats another story.

Then he complains that the dishes in the living room are piling up.. Yes my Husband does the same thing but he plays with our 5 yr old son and then they only play after dinner until about and no later than But then I get time to go on the computer for alittle while.

I do feel your pain LOL Is there a man alive that doesn't play video games? Even my dad plays some video games, or at least used to and he's in his 50's.

My college boyfriend played video games and would only stop if I had something specific in mind to do My ex-husband played them non-stop My fiance plays them all the time too 27 years old and my son sits on his lap and watches the ones that are okay for a toddler to see doesn't show the ones with killing, gore, etc.

Not many men are like that. I can definately sympathize with you. Since your husband seems to be willing to stop to help, perhaps you can ask him for a specific time each night that he be available and not on the computer.

I have a 37 year old husband too. We have an 8 almost 9 year old son, actually Rich is his step-father and both of them are into video gaming.

My son more so, and we only have those Plug-n-play ones like the old Atari games, and Star wars.

My husband was obsessing with those last year, especially when he got a really bad headache and he gets those often. I am not here to give advise, just sharing my experience.

I work part time as a retail merchandiser, and so does my husband, sometimes we even work together. I work for 5 different companies, he works for one.

This may get a bit long winded, so sorry for that. Rich and his brother a twin have been creating a Ghost story for years, they would write and work on it then stop for awhile, and it takes place inside a lighthouse.

Well, Rich is using a particular one that no longer exists The Cleveland Light and supposedly a lighthouse in Rhode Island East Block has the same floorplan as the Cleveland one.

So here is what is making me a bit crazy this year. A few weeks ago, Rich got the idea about creating the floorplan, so he could write the ghost story better, and now he has gotten get this ladies LEGO's.

My husband is now obsessed with Lego's. He went out and bought 4 tubs of them to build this replica of the house, not the lighthouse tower part.

And he is actually running out of legos, and needs more of them. Also the company he works for hasn't got any work for him next week, so unless he comes and helps me with my work, he will be downstairs in his art studio building this thing.

And on top of that he plans to paint it so it looks more like the house. I do love him dearly and he does help out now and then with the vacuuming, and dusting and cooking, but laundry well that is all mine.

Now if I can just get my son to start helping, that would be a blessing. Maybe it's the age. All I know is that my husband would be very boring to be around if he didn't act like a kid himself.

God Bless you and Good Luck. I feel your pain alright. I had to have a chat with my husband and give it a time limit feels like a 3rd child sometimes , but the online game playing was getting out of hand.

Since he agreed to put a time limit on it we have all been much happier. He did not realize how much time it was chewing up until it was brought to his attention time flies in the gaming world.

My husband was totally this way too before our daughter was born. I threatend that once our daughter was born he had to not spend so much time playing video games.

IT helped, he found a new hobby, photography. But now he's online every night on a photo chat group. I figure this is a little better than playing video games.

One thingI tell my husband when I feel he is not spending enough time with our daughter "you better take in every moment because you'll never get this time back.

Well I can feel your pain, I told my husband that I don't mind if he has an outlet we all needit but it is not fair to you if he can't hold off until the kids are in bed.

Tell him that is what you have to do and that he should be fair to you. I totally understand. He is a product of the video game boom and the games they are making now are not for the kids now, but for the kids inside the adults who grew up playing them.

They have some kind of psycological hook in them that the poor guys can't seem to fight. OMG I feel your pain. This is the biggest arguement in my marriage which is otherwise great.

He says since he doesn't go out with the boys this is how he hangs out with his friends X-box live. However he would not be going out with his friends everyday so it's a horrible excuse to me.

I could go on for paragraphs about how much I hate the video games but instead I'll just say I feel your pain and maybe when their say Email anytime to vent or comiserate I can't spell on the subject!

Hi, T.! My husband doesn't play computer games, but he sits on his computer doing who-knows-what the minute he gets home from work until he goes to bed!

It drives me absolutely crazy since he doesn't help much around the house either. I sometimes think that men are just "big" boys.

I sometimes wish I could hide the computer, but then he would just sit and watch TV. I guess that's why us women live longer and tend to be closer to our children.

Anyway, good luck to you and let me know if you find out any tricks to get your hubby away from the games!

Years ago I divorced a guy who did nothing but play video games, but I should have realized before I married him that he wasn't going to change once we got married.

I believe he's still lost in WOW and I actually searched for his current wife's name on this thread to see if she was having a problem with it My current husband plays poker online every night from 9 to 1pm.

The difference, though, is that he's beginning to win a lot of money doing it! If it pays the rent, I'm not going to mind.

What's funny is that while I was reading this thread, my month-old baby started tapping me on the back with a stick and forceably turned my chair around.

My husband plays his computer games every night when he comes home from work. I do everything including bath and bed for them and so I can definitely sympathize with you.

I understand how frustrating it can be and how hard it can be to explain it to others.. LOL Well this one hit home for me.

When hubby and I were dating he did the same thing. Believe it ot not it's now our business. You are thinking right.

He's home at night. I had to realize that he could be out somehere else doing heaven knows, but he's home. So I had to learn to pick my battles.

But you know. I's better than the alternative: being home and drinking. I knows it's hard to deal with, but you are NOT alone.

In fact he took such a HUGE risk 2 years ago and quit his full time job with benifits to do this "Hobby gaming" full time. Sitting down for this?

Believe me it wasn't an easy thing to do, but anytime you need to talk my door is open to you. My husband plays video games most of the time he's at home, either on his phone or the computer.

It seems he has no other hobbies and is a way to unwind, but actually takes him away from us me and 2 girls, 6 and 8 years even when he's at home.

It may be somewhat of an avoidance issue, or just his way for downtime. However, I agree with you that it shouldn't be something someone his age should be doing so often.

We're still working on talking about such things, but perhaps you could talk to him about it and see what his view is.

There are three of us just on my block alone. My husband now plays mostly weekends butthat means anywhere from 4 to 8 hours. Sickening isn't it? I feel you pain haha, My husband also plays computer games when he is home, Its a very frustrating feeling when I have been home all day with our kids and he comes home and gets on the computer so we made a deal that when he comes home he plays with the kids for one hour while i make dinner and then after we eat I get the kids in the bath and then to bed while he plays his games then after the kids are in bed I will keep myself busy for an extra half hour to give him a little more time by then he has played enough and we spend our time together before bed.

Doing this little routine has made me less irritated when he gets on his games. That is totally my husband! And I totally feel your pain! He gets so absorbed in the computer games that he gets irratated when I talk to him.

He has gotten better over time, but sometimes I just want to chuck the computer out the window. He plays WOW all the time. The funny thing is that in order to spend time with him doing something he likes I started playing too.

I wait until my son goes to sleep though. You can email me anytime you fee the need to complain! You sound just like me. My husband runs this server for Gary's mod and he plays it even before he goes to work.

Yes honey, I feel ur pain! I'm 31 and feel like a single mother sometime. Since I was 5 months pregnant he began playing his game and ignoring me.

In fact we didn't have sex from the time I was 5 months pregnant until r son was 4 months old! Not only does he play his game all the time he has a mic and headphones so he is"talking" with his online friends.

One girl in particular, I can tell when it's her cuz he is all gigglie and flirty, makes me sick to my stomach and is breaking my heart!

I'm well on my way to hating him, which hurts even more. I'm at a loss cuz I love him soo much n don't want to leave him, I just feel so utterly alone.

My husband used to. Originally he was a computer game, then he had the Xbox and I told him the games were too violent and I didn't want our daughter hearing or seeing it.

So, he traded it for the Nintendo Wii on Craig'slist , which has more family friendly games. However, after a lot of talking and explaining on my part, he rarely ever turns it on.

When i get home, my daughter prefers to play with me, so he automatically goes upstairs and starts playing one of his 3 online games.

AND he will stay up until 1am every night We used to alternate weekend days to sleep in, and i think we should start doing this again.

THe bottom line is that HE need me to either ask him, or nicely tell him that he needs to help with the laundry, dinner, errands On the other end of things, I finally decided instead of being pissed about what he wasn't doing with me or our kids that I would find my own hobby outlet to nurture who I am.

I recently became a Sensaria Rep I nurture who I am I feel so empowered and I have my own outlet I don't need to focus on him and what he's doing when I have ME!!!

It is sometimes hard especially with little ones - but there will be days when you are glad he is occupied. You can have your time to chat on the computer, talk to friends, read - whatever you like to do!

Our family has always played video games as a family. Of course the gory stuff was played after the kids went to bed.

Some of them I don't like to watch - so I do something else. Everyone needs their own hobbies - even if they are non-productive! As long as you have some quality family time - there is no harm done!

Yeah, I feel your pain too. It's not so much computer games, but TV sports. They love their kids I know, but just wish they could interact and help out a little more.

My husband is a major video game player. It used to drive my crazy, but like you I am just glad that his hobby keeps him home.

My husband is on deployment right now, but before he left he actually decreased his playing and spent some more time with him family. I am just hoping that one day he will be tired of it, but until then I forcus on the positives - like the good quality time he spends with our daugther and myself when he is not playing games.

I know this is going to be challenging. My husband goes in spurts with the computer games and he uses it as a way to unwind.

My husband has a very stressful job, but it has allowed us to have me at home for the past 15 years. I would not trade that for anything.

I completely understand why he needs to do it but he does not do it every night. This is very addictive stuff and it is hard to remove yourself from it.

Perhaps if you can communicate with him in a understanding way about what you need from him and if you can understand that he needs time to unwind when he gets home you can come to some type of agreement.

My husband used to freak out when he came home because I would instantly expect him to relieve me.

I know being home with small children all day can be hard and you want a break when he walks in the door. The instant my husband would walk in the door I would want something from him, help with the kids or whatever Once I figured that out, it created the chance for him to be welcomed in the front door without me instantly asking him to do something, I gave him the time he needed to read the paper or whatever and then, he graciously would help me with dinner, the kids or what ever I needed.

Communication is the key, being able to let him know how you feel and what you need and also being responsive to his needs as well and coming to an understanding to create a situation that can work for both of you.

My husand just turned 44 and is exactly like this. We call it his "I don't care time"! There are days that it doesn't bother me because we have nothing else going on, and then there are days that it really irritates me because I feel like I am running ragged I have to say that if he at least pauses it to help with the kids, he's better than my husband!!!

I do know that it's a wind down time for him some days because his job was pretty stressful that day and he's mentally exhausted.

The only advice I can offer is to try to communicate your feelings with your husband and come to an agreement I know I can tell my husband when I'm starting to feel neglected and he will usually if it's put to him in the nicest way possible shut it off, or we'll make a deal about how long he'll be on it that day.

My husband is the same way, but he is playing computer games on line. He comes home and goes straight to the computer after saying hi to me and our son.

And he is there until he goes to bed. I have had to talk with him about it several times. He will help me out if I ask for it, but at times it seams that he doesn't want to.

We have had to come to an agreement that he can play as long as he helps me out and only be on it after our son goes to bed at Hang in there and I am afraid it's something that guys never grow out of.

I feel your pain! My husband plays online video games as often as he can. He sneaks into the office to play every chance he gets! He's 37 as well.

We have a 7 month old Amelia ourselves. He does help out when I ask, but he doesn't volunteer very much. He also reminds me that at least he's home and not out and about.

I'm still at home with our daughter, but will probably find something part-time in a few months. I feel like I need a bit of a break, or just some adult conversation and am frustrated at the time he spends online chatting and playing with his gaming buddies.

I do feel like I need to give him some down time as he's had a stressful day at work and needs to decompress. I try to just let him know when I need him and would like to spend time with him, but it would be great if he just volunteered to hang out with us some time too!

My husband is an avid gamer and has been for many, many years long before he knew me. He is 36 incidentally and it seems that our generation of kids have grown up to really enjoy the online gaming phenomenon.

My hubby has struggled with addiction to computer games in the past and has been able to break free from them as well. Have you talked to your husband about the time he spends on the game?

This site might give some helpful advice as to how to confront him and has a self test to see if one is addicted to online gaming.

Men need their escape time it is true to wind down from work stress, etc. Perhaps you can reach a compromise that on certain nights he not play the game and help you and other nights he can play without being interrupted barring some emergency.

My husband came to stop online gaming on his own, but it was through the conviction of the Holy Spirit on his life I am thankful for this, but take no credit for doing anything special to elicit the change.

I will pray for your situation, that you will find a way to communicate this to your husband without it becoming a big fight.

I am sure you will have LOTS of replies to this one! My dh used to do the same thing. We talked and I expressed to him that I understand that this is his 'down time' but I also needed his help when he got home.

He still gets on the computer for a few minutes when he first gets home and I am ok with that. I realize he does need to 'debrief' for a few as he comes home to chaos every evening.

The noise level in my home is a bit high as I have 3 small kids and usually have a neighbor's kid or two. We have the Wii now and it has turned into a fun family time for all of us.

It is still not my favorite, but it brings him joy and I want him to be happy. I do feel your pain. Congrats on having your one day a week with the adult world.

I dream of that sometimes. My husband used to play video games for hours and hours and hours. It was a serious source of contention between us.

Now, he's gone back to school and is working as well, so he just doesn't have time to. He still talks about wanting to play though. He still spends more time in front of the computer than I'd like, but at least it's reading the news or doing something somewhat useful, instead of just mindlessly shooting people on a video game.

My brother spends too much time playing video games too. He's a successful business man with his own thriving business and 3 kids.

He and his wife disagree quite a bit about how much time he spends playing games. He's actually the one that got my husband stuck on this one game that I wish was never invented!

Also, my aunt complains that my uncle 50 something dentist is addicted to the internet and spends all his time glued to the computer. I think it's a problem between men and women.

I've learned to accept that my hubby will be "away" at the computer for periods of time that I'd rather have him paying attention to me.

Like your husband, he'll take breaks when I need him and is wonderful with the kids. I just don't want to have to ask for the help, but he says that It's something I need to just do.

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Then we had a kid, and he stepped up without any prompting: he said the games sucked him in and made him a bad dad.

Plus I think sleep became a priority. I can't tell you how glad I A. It's not a bad habit lord knows, there are much worse things a husband can get into , but it was a time suck and a money suck.

We sold all his gaming gear on Craig's List. Men are big kids. My husband has been the same way for the last 5 years, until about 2 months ago.

At first I wasn't thrilled, but this new found addiction includes our 4 and half year old son, and he loves spending time with daddy.

Plus, it gets him off the couch and outside. And on the days it's raining, I take advantage! So maybe see if you can't steer him towards another kind of game, something that includes you and the girls.

This makes it less threatening. I sit with him, ask him questions, and try to understand the games he's interested in. I got into his world, and now he's more willing to come into mine.

Nagging and getting irritated never helped. Genuine interest, caring, and respectfulness are the way to go.

I went through this with my son's father. We are no longer together for other reasons. He would neglect everything for video games.

Told me that he didn't have any money to help pay for bills, but could afford to buy his cigarettes and video games.

I was hurt by this. He also started talking to me in video game lingo about the games he was playing. I had no idea what he was talking about.

This is a hard habit to break. It's a matter of knowing when it's acceptable to play and when it's not. You might just need to speak with him and have a compromise.

This way he can still play his games, but you and your children have a daddy to spend time with. Oh I feel ya sister.

My husband really has no bad habits. He doesn't drink or smoke or go out with his buddies very often, but I hate his computer games more then anything.

He can sit at this computer for hours. If I didn't complain I don't think he would ever get off here. He too plays every night but it's usually after our boys go to bed and for 4 to 6 hours every weekend day.

I know I shouldn't complain because he is a very loving man who is great to his hole family, but man a little bit of time together at night would be great.

It can feel very lonely. If he put half as much time into his artist talents as he did those games he would be a great success.

I so feel your pain. I don't think he will out grow it anytime soon so I guess we must suffer. My husband has always been a huge video game player, to the point I actually had to send the new X Box , when it first came out, to Iraq!

I've learned that it's his "personal" time away from us. Although, you have little ones still, so he needs to understand that you still need him.

I remember when we were first married, he would stay up until the wee hours of the morning and never come to bed! Drove me nuts! All you can do is tell him how you feel, and keep in mind he needs his time, but you need your time too.

I work full-time and started my own business as well, so my evenings that I do my Spa Parties are my time. I get to visit with adult women and spend a few hours pampering ourselves!

Of course, once the children get older he'll have them playing Mine used to and it drove me NUTS. My son was about six months old and we had temporary custody of my nine year old niece.

I was studying for the bar exam and asked my husband to watch the kids for a couple of hours each day especially on his days off so I could have uninterrupted study time.

I'd hear the baby crying his eyes out and would come out of the bedroom to see the baby on the floor and my niece watching tv. The first few times I'd call for him and he'd come upstairs.

My niece told me that he would go back downstairs as soon as I left. I started getting really irritated and crept quietly downstairs. He was playing video games on the computer.

I have to admit that I gave him an absolute earful about leaving a baby in the care of a nine year old and a few other things.

That was four years ago. Now, when he gets a new video game he'll go nuts playing it until he has "conquered" it but I'm just very clear about what I need from him.

I still get a little grumpy over this childish obsession, but I figure that as far as vices go this isn't a bad one.

He doesn't drink, smoke, do drugs, watch every single sporting event, gamble or even GOLF! Dear T.

My 37 year old husband plays computer games every night. Sometimes I find it very frustrating but most times he will take breaks and help me with the girls.

When the girls were younger I found it problematic, but I sat down with him and we discussed how much "guy time" he needed when he got home.

We set some rules together on how much time he needed to unwind from work and his over an hour commute. Now that they are older it has become sort of a bonding time for him and the girls.

They sit and cheer him on and give him advice on how to win. Especially the family friendly Wii games. My oldest beats him at bowling much to his chagrin!

Anyway, take some time with your husband and let him know how you feel. Set some ground rules together and he can play maybe not to his heart's content and you can get help with the girls.

I feel your pain, and here's my advice. Guys need an outlet after work. It's just that simple. They have a hard time coming home and jumping into helping out around the house, like we'd be able to do.

It would be hard on your relationship if you asked him to do that. On the other hand, there has to be balance. Insisting on balance will also be hard on our relationship.

I think that honesty and communication will help you with this one. After you've fed him a great meal and the kids are happily playing, let him know without emotion.

Then, express again, without emotion your desire for his help with the kids in the evening. Let it be a request for help. Guys like to help the damsel in distress.

However, they don't respond real well to an emotional breakdown. Every experience that before?!?! I sure have. Doesn't work. Good luck! At least your husband has a job.

Mine goes to College full time now, hes He neglects school to play. I work all day, come home, take care of the kids and pets, clean, whatever needs to be done.

I am over it. Oh this is funny to me. Not only are you not alone, plus the responses you are getting, I have friends and syblings around the country who are dealing with it too.

Ours is online Xbox though! This started to cause alot of problems with my husband and I. We just made ground rules.

The game can come on when dinner is done, the chores are all done, and Ive had a break from the house for a min.

Coming straight home and getting on the computer is not fair to you. He hasnt been home all day and now its like he still isnt home. Good luck to you sister!

Yes, yes, I feel your pain! My husband plays guitar and Xbox and he is also 37 years old. I make Sundays family day where I dont sit on the pc and email and he doesn't play with anything other than our little girls guitar backyardians There are days that I want to form a group called Mothers Agaist Xbox :.

I have been married for four years now and we have a very pretty little girl Olivia. I work four days a week during the day and my husband works at night, so the time spent with her is equal.

I feel that I have to compete for his time somedays so I know it can be hard. Hang in there! There are definitely times when I got frustrated and a little jealous of the time he was getting to himself.

I work full time from home and balance all of the normal daily stuff as well as a demanding job. Now when he gets home from work, he spends minutes with the kids.

Only a few nights a week does he play for long periods. The other nights, he will log in for just a short time so he can help me with dinner, baths, etc.

It really has helped. Also, now once or twice a month, I have started going out with a couple other Moms from our neighborhood to have dessert and just relax with friends usually right around the kids bedtime.

Nobody can be expected to be supermom with only hours sleep and maintaining the demanding schedules we have. We get tired and run out of gas My husband says he forgets that sometimes because I work so hard to keep our family on top of things.

Best of luck! My husband and all 7 of my brothers or brother-in-laws play video games. I think most men that generation do. The key is just finding a balance that works for your family.

In our house, playing video games is like me reading a book or watching TV It's time he laid down the controller and helped out equally.

If you resent him playing, then you need to go back to square one with him and agree on some limitations. I'm with ya! I am in the same boat. I have had to lay down law about it, because it can get to be very overwhelming for us.

I've got lots of history and knowledge about this subject and where it can lead. I can write a book, and believe me, I've thought about doing just that!

Hang in there. Drop me a line, we can talk more!! My husband, 49, and teenage son, 16, both play computer games every night and are hard to get to help me around the house, too.

It is sometimes like pulling teeth to get them to help with anything. But, I guess it is better than them going out every night.

My hub bought a wii for his birthday this past year. But when i need him to put the darn thing down and clean something thats another story.

Then he complains that the dishes in the living room are piling up.. Yes my Husband does the same thing but he plays with our 5 yr old son and then they only play after dinner until about and no later than But then I get time to go on the computer for alittle while.

I do feel your pain LOL Is there a man alive that doesn't play video games? Even my dad plays some video games, or at least used to and he's in his 50's.

My college boyfriend played video games and would only stop if I had something specific in mind to do My ex-husband played them non-stop My fiance plays them all the time too 27 years old and my son sits on his lap and watches the ones that are okay for a toddler to see doesn't show the ones with killing, gore, etc.

Not many men are like that. I can definately sympathize with you. Since your husband seems to be willing to stop to help, perhaps you can ask him for a specific time each night that he be available and not on the computer.

I have a 37 year old husband too. We have an 8 almost 9 year old son, actually Rich is his step-father and both of them are into video gaming.

My son more so, and we only have those Plug-n-play ones like the old Atari games, and Star wars. My husband was obsessing with those last year, especially when he got a really bad headache and he gets those often.

I am not here to give advise, just sharing my experience. I work part time as a retail merchandiser, and so does my husband, sometimes we even work together.

I work for 5 different companies, he works for one. This may get a bit long winded, so sorry for that. Rich and his brother a twin have been creating a Ghost story for years, they would write and work on it then stop for awhile, and it takes place inside a lighthouse.

Well, Rich is using a particular one that no longer exists The Cleveland Light and supposedly a lighthouse in Rhode Island East Block has the same floorplan as the Cleveland one.

So here is what is making me a bit crazy this year. A few weeks ago, Rich got the idea about creating the floorplan, so he could write the ghost story better, and now he has gotten get this ladies LEGO's.

My husband is now obsessed with Lego's. He went out and bought 4 tubs of them to build this replica of the house, not the lighthouse tower part.

And he is actually running out of legos, and needs more of them. Also the company he works for hasn't got any work for him next week, so unless he comes and helps me with my work, he will be downstairs in his art studio building this thing.

And on top of that he plans to paint it so it looks more like the house. I do love him dearly and he does help out now and then with the vacuuming, and dusting and cooking, but laundry well that is all mine.

Now if I can just get my son to start helping, that would be a blessing. Maybe it's the age. All I know is that my husband would be very boring to be around if he didn't act like a kid himself.

God Bless you and Good Luck. I feel your pain alright. I had to have a chat with my husband and give it a time limit feels like a 3rd child sometimes , but the online game playing was getting out of hand.

Since he agreed to put a time limit on it we have all been much happier. He did not realize how much time it was chewing up until it was brought to his attention time flies in the gaming world.

My husband was totally this way too before our daughter was born. I threatend that once our daughter was born he had to not spend so much time playing video games.

IT helped, he found a new hobby, photography. But now he's online every night on a photo chat group. I figure this is a little better than playing video games.

One thingI tell my husband when I feel he is not spending enough time with our daughter "you better take in every moment because you'll never get this time back.

Well I can feel your pain, I told my husband that I don't mind if he has an outlet we all needit but it is not fair to you if he can't hold off until the kids are in bed.

Tell him that is what you have to do and that he should be fair to you. I totally understand. He is a product of the video game boom and the games they are making now are not for the kids now, but for the kids inside the adults who grew up playing them.

They have some kind of psycological hook in them that the poor guys can't seem to fight. OMG I feel your pain. This is the biggest arguement in my marriage which is otherwise great.

He says since he doesn't go out with the boys this is how he hangs out with his friends X-box live. However he would not be going out with his friends everyday so it's a horrible excuse to me.

I could go on for paragraphs about how much I hate the video games but instead I'll just say I feel your pain and maybe when their say Email anytime to vent or comiserate I can't spell on the subject!

Hi, T.! My husband doesn't play computer games, but he sits on his computer doing who-knows-what the minute he gets home from work until he goes to bed!

It drives me absolutely crazy since he doesn't help much around the house either. I sometimes think that men are just "big" boys. I sometimes wish I could hide the computer, but then he would just sit and watch TV.

I guess that's why us women live longer and tend to be closer to our children. Anyway, good luck to you and let me know if you find out any tricks to get your hubby away from the games!

Years ago I divorced a guy who did nothing but play video games, but I should have realized before I married him that he wasn't going to change once we got married.

I believe he's still lost in WOW and I actually searched for his current wife's name on this thread to see if she was having a problem with it My current husband plays poker online every night from 9 to 1pm.

The difference, though, is that he's beginning to win a lot of money doing it! If it pays the rent, I'm not going to mind. What's funny is that while I was reading this thread, my month-old baby started tapping me on the back with a stick and forceably turned my chair around.

My husband plays his computer games every night when he comes home from work. I do everything including bath and bed for them and so I can definitely sympathize with you.

I understand how frustrating it can be and how hard it can be to explain it to others.. LOL Well this one hit home for me. When hubby and I were dating he did the same thing.

Believe it ot not it's now our business. You are thinking right. He's home at night. I had to realize that he could be out somehere else doing heaven knows, but he's home.

So I had to learn to pick my battles. But you know. I's better than the alternative: being home and drinking.

I knows it's hard to deal with, but you are NOT alone. In fact he took such a HUGE risk 2 years ago and quit his full time job with benifits to do this "Hobby gaming" full time.

Sitting down for this? Believe me it wasn't an easy thing to do, but anytime you need to talk my door is open to you.

My husband plays video games most of the time he's at home, either on his phone or the computer. It seems he has no other hobbies and is a way to unwind, but actually takes him away from us me and 2 girls, 6 and 8 years even when he's at home.

It may be somewhat of an avoidance issue, or just his way for downtime. However, I agree with you that it shouldn't be something someone his age should be doing so often.

We're still working on talking about such things, but perhaps you could talk to him about it and see what his view is.

There are three of us just on my block alone. My husband now plays mostly weekends butthat means anywhere from 4 to 8 hours. Sickening isn't it?

I feel you pain haha, My husband also plays computer games when he is home, Its a very frustrating feeling when I have been home all day with our kids and he comes home and gets on the computer so we made a deal that when he comes home he plays with the kids for one hour while i make dinner and then after we eat I get the kids in the bath and then to bed while he plays his games then after the kids are in bed I will keep myself busy for an extra half hour to give him a little more time by then he has played enough and we spend our time together before bed.

Doing this little routine has made me less irritated when he gets on his games. That is totally my husband! And I totally feel your pain!

He gets so absorbed in the computer games that he gets irratated when I talk to him. He has gotten better over time, but sometimes I just want to chuck the computer out the window.

He plays WOW all the time. The funny thing is that in order to spend time with him doing something he likes I started playing too.

I wait until my son goes to sleep though. You can email me anytime you fee the need to complain! You sound just like me.

My husband runs this server for Gary's mod and he plays it even before he goes to work. Yes honey, I feel ur pain! I'm 31 and feel like a single mother sometime.

Since I was 5 months pregnant he began playing his game and ignoring me. In fact we didn't have sex from the time I was 5 months pregnant until r son was 4 months old!

Not only does he play his game all the time he has a mic and headphones so he is"talking" with his online friends.

One girl in particular, I can tell when it's her cuz he is all gigglie and flirty, makes me sick to my stomach and is breaking my heart!

I'm well on my way to hating him, which hurts even more. I'm at a loss cuz I love him soo much n don't want to leave him, I just feel so utterly alone.

My husband used to. Originally he was a computer game, then he had the Xbox and I told him the games were too violent and I didn't want our daughter hearing or seeing it.

So, he traded it for the Nintendo Wii on Craig'slist , which has more family friendly games. However, after a lot of talking and explaining on my part, he rarely ever turns it on.

When i get home, my daughter prefers to play with me, so he automatically goes upstairs and starts playing one of his 3 online games.

AND he will stay up until 1am every night We used to alternate weekend days to sleep in, and i think we should start doing this again.

THe bottom line is that HE need me to either ask him, or nicely tell him that he needs to help with the laundry, dinner, errands On the other end of things, I finally decided instead of being pissed about what he wasn't doing with me or our kids that I would find my own hobby outlet to nurture who I am.

I recently became a Sensaria Rep I nurture who I am I feel so empowered and I have my own outlet I don't need to focus on him and what he's doing when I have ME!!!

It is sometimes hard especially with little ones - but there will be days when you are glad he is occupied. You can have your time to chat on the computer, talk to friends, read - whatever you like to do!

Our family has always played video games as a family. Of course the gory stuff was played after the kids went to bed.

Some of them I don't like to watch - so I do something else. Everyone needs their own hobbies - even if they are non-productive!

As long as you have some quality family time - there is no harm done! Yeah, I feel your pain too. It's not so much computer games, but TV sports.

They love their kids I know, but just wish they could interact and help out a little more. My husband is a major video game player.

It used to drive my crazy, but like you I am just glad that his hobby keeps him home. My husband is on deployment right now, but before he left he actually decreased his playing and spent some more time with him family.

I am just hoping that one day he will be tired of it, but until then I forcus on the positives - like the good quality time he spends with our daugther and myself when he is not playing games.

I know this is going to be challenging. My husband goes in spurts with the computer games and he uses it as a way to unwind.

My husband has a very stressful job, but it has allowed us to have me at home for the past 15 years. I would not trade that for anything.

I completely understand why he needs to do it but he does not do it every night. This is very addictive stuff and it is hard to remove yourself from it.

Perhaps if you can communicate with him in a understanding way about what you need from him and if you can understand that he needs time to unwind when he gets home you can come to some type of agreement.

My husband used to freak out when he came home because I would instantly expect him to relieve me. I know being home with small children all day can be hard and you want a break when he walks in the door.

The instant my husband would walk in the door I would want something from him, help with the kids or whatever Once I figured that out, it created the chance for him to be welcomed in the front door without me instantly asking him to do something, I gave him the time he needed to read the paper or whatever and then, he graciously would help me with dinner, the kids or what ever I needed.

Communication is the key, being able to let him know how you feel and what you need and also being responsive to his needs as well and coming to an understanding to create a situation that can work for both of you.

My husand just turned 44 and is exactly like this. We call it his "I don't care time"! There are days that it doesn't bother me because we have nothing else going on, and then there are days that it really irritates me because I feel like I am running ragged I have to say that if he at least pauses it to help with the kids, he's better than my husband!!!

I do know that it's a wind down time for him some days because his job was pretty stressful that day and he's mentally exhausted. The only advice I can offer is to try to communicate your feelings with your husband and come to an agreement I know I can tell my husband when I'm starting to feel neglected and he will usually if it's put to him in the nicest way possible shut it off, or we'll make a deal about how long he'll be on it that day.

My husband is the same way, but he is playing computer games on line. He comes home and goes straight to the computer after saying hi to me and our son.

And he is there until he goes to bed. I have had to talk with him about it several times. He will help me out if I ask for it, but at times it seams that he doesn't want to.

We have had to come to an agreement that he can play as long as he helps me out and only be on it after our son goes to bed at Hang in there and I am afraid it's something that guys never grow out of.

I feel your pain! My husband plays online video games as often as he can. He sneaks into the office to play every chance he gets!

He's 37 as well. We have a 7 month old Amelia ourselves. He does help out when I ask, but he doesn't volunteer very much. He also reminds me that at least he's home and not out and about.

I'm still at home with our daughter, but will probably find something part-time in a few months.

I feel like I need a bit of a break, or just some adult conversation and am frustrated at the time he spends online chatting and playing with his gaming buddies.

I do feel like I need to give him some down time as he's had a stressful day at work and needs to decompress. I try to just let him know when I need him and would like to spend time with him, but it would be great if he just volunteered to hang out with us some time too!

My husband is an avid gamer and has been for many, many years long before he knew me. He is 36 incidentally and it seems that our generation of kids have grown up to really enjoy the online gaming phenomenon.

My hubby has struggled with addiction to computer games in the past and has been able to break free from them as well.

Have you talked to your husband about the time he spends on the game? This site might give some helpful advice as to how to confront him and has a self test to see if one is addicted to online gaming.

Men need their escape time it is true to wind down from work stress, etc. Perhaps you can reach a compromise that on certain nights he not play the game and help you and other nights he can play without being interrupted barring some emergency.

My husband came to stop online gaming on his own, but it was through the conviction of the Holy Spirit on his life I am thankful for this, but take no credit for doing anything special to elicit the change.

I will pray for your situation, that you will find a way to communicate this to your husband without it becoming a big fight.

I am sure you will have LOTS of replies to this one! My dh used to do the same thing. We talked and I expressed to him that I understand that this is his 'down time' but I also needed his help when he got home.

He still gets on the computer for a few minutes when he first gets home and I am ok with that. I realize he does need to 'debrief' for a few as he comes home to chaos every evening.

The noise level in my home is a bit high as I have 3 small kids and usually have a neighbor's kid or two.

We have the Wii now and it has turned into a fun family time for all of us. It is still not my favorite, but it brings him joy and I want him to be happy.

I do feel your pain. Congrats on having your one day a week with the adult world.

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