Every time my husband blocks me I start to recognize that he does it because he does not want to be bother. Perhaps he is working too much & just want to take a break and not talk to me for the time being.
I don't think him blocking you is right. You guys are married and need to communicate. You can't have a functioning relationship without communication. If he needs some alone time or busy at work he should at least tell you. I feel like him just blocking you is a bit immature to do and wrong to do to his wife.
I believe that allowing him to block you is only opening up a new door for more troubles in your relationship. Communication is key in a relationship and by blocking you he feels this sense of power on being alone and that is not good at all and worse it makes you feel isolated and alone. A relationship is between two people not one and it is okay to want space and take some time but not to the point where it starts to hurt one another. I truly hope you guys can find a middle ground and work through this. There are so many ways to work around this and I'm sure it'll get better for you both as long as your honest about how this makes you feel with your spouse and also be willing to hear him out on how he feels. Taking each others feelings into consideration is important. I'll be praying for your marriage
I’m sorry but this is a red flag to me. If he’s feeling overwhelmed or needs space, he should be able to communicate that with you. It sounds more like he’s hiding you while he’s out doing other things. Sorry, it’s just my opinion. I really hope that isn’t the case but I’d be cautious and really have a talk about it with him.
This is a huge red flag. Please consider what PP have said. The fact that he "blocks" you instead of taking the time to discuss with you whatever his issues are, is troubling. PP said it best when they said: "it opens up doors to other kinds of abuse." Please be careful.
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It is ok he will feel better when I leave him for eternity I guess we all have different reasons to feel for our relationship
How long does he block you for? hours, a day, many days? text and talk on your phone?. I mean it sounds bad. But until the last few years of people carrying phones around, most workplaces did not allow personal calls. I know nurses and teachers who could name the 1 to 3 times in 10 years they talked to their FI or spouse in a decade, in 10-12 hours of working and commuting. If he is blocking you for a workday, but communicates evenings at home, it is no big deal. Days turning to weeks, that would be alarming.