& # 39; I missed the most important event in my life & # 39 ;: man left & # 39; destroyed & # 39; after his wife had sent him out of the delivery room during the birth of their baby
- A man said he destroyed & # 39; was after he was evicted from the delivery room
- The anonymous man said he and his wife had discussed that they were at birth
- At the last minute, however, the woman told him to go out and leave her alone
- Comments are divided as to whether the man or woman is right
A man was left destroyed after his wife kicked him out of the delivery room during labor.
The anonymous man posted on Reddit says that missing his daughter's birth has taken months and he now hopes to confront his wife about it.
& # 39; My wife gave birth to our daughter three months ago & # 39 ;, he posted.
A man was left destroyed after his wife kicked him out of the delivery room during delivery (stock image)
& # 39; I always looked forward to witnessing her birth. My wife and I agreed that it would be an exclusive moment between us, & he said.
The man added that the couple had been talking about it & # 39; for months & # 39 ;.
He continued his post and said he didn't know & # 39; what happened to her & # 39; but right at the point of delivery she told him she didn't want him there.
& # 39; I was really surprised and asked her why.
& # 39; She told me she didn't want me to see her like this and when I told her it would be okay, she asked the nurse to kick me out. & # 39;
The man said she said she only wanted her mother there, and as a result, I just missed the most important event in my life & # 39; (stock image)
The man said she said she only wanted her mother there, with the result that I eventually missed the most important event in my life.
& # 39; I just couldn't do anything. I just cried and sucked up, & he said.
While he said he was his & # 39; dissatisfaction & # 39; never & # 39; expressed & # 39; the man said he was still there & # 39; destroyed & # 39; is over and he intends to tell her.
He asked for advice as to whether he should ask her or whether he should keep it to himself.
Comments were divided as to whether the man should talk to his wife or keep his feelings to himself.
Misschien Maybe it is his child, but it is not his intense, painful and dangerous medical procedure. The child will still be there five minutes later, & a person reported.
& # 39; You should probably tell her, because the longer you keep it to yourself, the longer it will fester and the more unhealthy it will be for your relationship, & # 39; another said.
& # 39; I doubt it was a malicious reasoning, but you should talk to her instead of just closing aspects of the relationship without warning, such as end dates & # 39 ;, a third party wrote.
Some said he should not let this turn his wife's grudge:
& # 39; Birth is a crazy time. As if you are pushing a person out of your funny pieces. It is also a medical procedure. A painful, often gross and embarrassing. And moreover you have all these hormones.
& # 39; Your wife may have changed her decision immediately. It is fine that you feel hurt and disappointed, but that is what you need to talk to her about not wanting to punish her because she had not let you be at a very difficult time. & # 39;
Further commentators shared their own experiences with kicking out their partners during their work – or at least wanting.
& # 39; I knew very early that I didn't want my husband or mother to be in the room when I was giving birth. If I could have skipped it myself, I would have done that, & someone said.
& # 39; I DO NOT want anyone in the room other than medical staff to have a baby, & # 39; wrote another.