Spouse working 3rd shift?

Spouse working 3rd shift?

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Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#1 Sep 15, 2012
Anyone else's spouse working 3rd shift? How do you feel about it and how has it affected your relationship and life? My Husband started 3rds again and thought it would be interesting to talk with others enduring the same situation.
Learning

Glasgow, KY

#2 Sep 15, 2012
Email me at [email protected]
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#3 Sep 15, 2012
Learning wrote:
Email me at [email protected]
Why not just talk here?
theman

Glasgow, KY

#4 Sep 15, 2012
They cheat on third.
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#5 Sep 15, 2012
theman wrote:
They cheat on third.
Not the purpose of my thread, but yes it does happen on both sides.
smiley

Glasgow, KY

#6 Sep 16, 2012
Well that sucks =S
bill

Glasgow, KY

#7 Sep 18, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
Anyone else's spouse working 3rd shift? How do you feel about it and how has it affected your relationship and life? My Husband started 3rds again and thought it would be interesting to talk with others enduring the same situation.
becareful
give me a break

Glasgow, KY

#8 Sep 18, 2012
First of all, they cheat on all shifts. Second, money is better on third. I have had to work thirds for years. It does affect your married life. It seems like all you want to do is sleep when you work thirds.
hard hat

Elizabethtown, KY

#9 Sep 19, 2012
It's third shift not thirds jackass
Just ask

Glasgow, KY

#10 Sep 20, 2012
you get on here just to post "third" not "thirds" sounds like your the jackass. No take that back you just got a sorry as life. pittyful
hard hat

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Sep 20, 2012
I know who your husband is sleeping with. Red truck.
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#12 Sep 20, 2012
hard hat wrote:
I know who your husband is sleeping with. Red truck.
Who are you talking to? I started this thread to talk to others in my situation not to have people post rudely or spread things...
Mr Magoo

Glasgow, KY

#13 Sep 20, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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Who are you talking to? I started this thread to talk to others in my situation not to have people post rudely or spread things...
Well Einstein, that should clue you in that you have come to the wrong venue. Duh!
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#14 Sep 20, 2012
Mr Magoo wrote:
<quoted text>Well Einstein, that should clue you in that you have come to the wrong venue. Duh!
Not always. Some threads manage to avoid negativity. It's called having hope for the human race...or at least our Topix. Gotta start with one to inspire the rest.
Mr Magoo

Glasgow, KY

#15 Sep 20, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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Not always. Some threads manage to avoid negativity. It's called having hope for the human race...or at least our Topix. Gotta start with one to inspire the rest.
O-tay! Let's inspire these hilljacks to bang their protest drums and sing Kumbaya and wave their flags and fart rainbows and ride unicorns through the streets of Glasgow and have another Summer of Recovery party and when you inspire them to do that and be civil...I'll apologize for my comment.

WAKE UP AND SNAP OUT OF IT, DUMB ASS!
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#16 Sep 20, 2012
Mr Magoo wrote:
<quoted text>O-tay! Let's inspire these hilljacks to bang their protest drums and sing Kumbaya and wave their flags and fart rainbows and ride unicorns through the streets of Glasgow and have another Summer of Recovery party and when you inspire them to do that and be civil...I'll apologize for my comment.

WAKE UP AND SNAP OUT OF IT, DUMB ASS!
Wow. You sir are quite rude and are posting stereotypically like what makes this the 'wrong venue' in your mind. It's not logically possible to do any of those things, but it is possible for you to not comment so rudely. Sarcasm is a fun and dangerous weapon, but when directed at a lady (with no logical reason) coupled with insults and curses then you become the foul mannered name you chose to direct towards me.
worked it

Glasgow, KY

#17 Sep 21, 2012
i have worked the shift so i know a little about it. it is hard on your body, health, and marriage. all 3 will suffer in some way. the only plus is that sometimes the money is better. however they pay you more for a reason which you will find out once you start working the shift. its called the graveyard shift for a reason.
quit whining

Glasgow, KY

#18 Sep 21, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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Wow. You sir are quite rude and are posting stereotypically like what makes this the 'wrong venue' in your mind. It's not logically possible to do any of those things, but it is possible for you to not comment so rudely. Sarcasm is a fun and dangerous weapon, but when directed at a lady (with no logical reason) coupled with insults and curses then you become the foul mannered name you chose to direct towards me.
Blah, blah blah. It's not logically possible to KNOW that they were talking to a lady either. You just contradicted yourself and you are boring. Did your ole man volunteer to work the late shift? Now him choosing to work the late shift doesn't sound so boring. Let's chat about that, sweetie, er, lady. lol

It's Topix for God sakes. You knew what this forum was like when you got on here so either deal with the hilljacks or go to Oprah's website where they make it possible to fart rainbows. You get a fart, you get a fart, you get a fart and everybody gets a fart. That's more your speed, isn't it?
Night Owl

Glasgow, KY

#19 Sep 21, 2012
worked it wrote:
i have worked the shift so i know a little about it. it is hard on your body, health, and marriage. all 3 will suffer in some way. the only plus is that sometimes the money is better. however they pay you more for a reason which you will find out once you start working the shift. its called the graveyard shift for a reason.
I've noticed those effects. He's still doing great in regards to sleep and energy, but there is no time for anything really except on his off days. It's definitely not been good on us sleeping alone. He does get a differential, but really it's not worth the cost of being alone at night and worrying about his health in the future.
Mama Maybell

Glasgow, KY

#20 Sep 21, 2012
Night Owl wrote:
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I've noticed those effects. He's still doing great in regards to sleep and energy, but there is no time for anything really except on his off days. It's definitely not been good on us sleeping alone. He does get a differential, but really it's not worth the cost of being alone at night and worrying about his health in the future.
Be thankful he has a job of any kind to go to while you stay at home. I bet 23 million Americans would trade places with your hubby and beg to work the night shift. Or any shift for that matter. Quit complaining and looking for reasons to complain and asking others to find more reasons for you to complain about. Be thankful and make the best of it. Get off the computer and clean your house, make something special for your hard working husband when he gets home, volunteer at a hospital, visit the elderly...just don't sit around and make up things to complain about. My goodness, you people don't have a clue, do you?

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