My husband lost his tempter after I treated my children and family to hotdogs

DEAR DEIDRE: MY husband lost his temper after I bought my kids and my daughter’s boyfriend hotdogs. He’s laid into me for spending money on them because they all have part-time jobs. My partner is 52, I’m 51, my daughter and her boyfriend are 18, my youngest is 16. We went on a family day out and my kids wanted hotdogs for lunch. I love treating them so jumped at the opportunity to do so. The hotdogs were cheap but my partner lost it and the rest of the day was spent in silence. As for his own children, he often can’t be bothered to see them, let alone treat them. Is it unreasonable for me to treat my children? Or should they pay? Get in touch with the Dear Deidre team Every problem gets a personal reply from one of our trained counsellors. Fill out and submit our easy-to-use and confidential form and the Dear Deidre team will get back to you. You can also send a private message on the DearDeidreOfficial Facebook page or email us at: deardeidre@the-sun.co.uk DEIDRE SAYS: You are entitled to spend your money on your children if you so wish. Your husband may feel jealous of your relationship with your children, due to him not seeing his own. Perhaps you could talk to him about his feelings and ask why he becomes so angry. My support pack on Managing Anger should help you. Most read in Relationships OFFICE ROMPS Randiest office employees revealed in poll - where does your age group rank? NEW INNER SNCTM Club founder banned for naming Hunter as a guest announces NSFW venture REAL LOVE I met my older husband at 22 - I was already in love when I learned his real age WORTH IT I’m a trophy wife - people think I’m an escort and trolls say I 'got promoted’ NUT FOR YOU I thought boyfriend had proposed when I found ring in food jar - I was so wrong DEAR DEIDRE Boyfriend was violent with me and now I am having secret lesbian affair

My husband lost his tempter after I treated my children and family to hotdogs

DEAR DEIDRE: MY husband lost his temper after I bought my kids and my daughter’s boyfriend hotdogs.

He’s laid into me for spending money on them because they all have part-time jobs.

My partner is 52, I’m 51, my daughter and her boyfriend are 18, my youngest is 16.

We went on a family day out and my kids wanted hotdogs for lunch.

I love treating them so jumped at the opportunity to do so.

The hotdogs were cheap but my partner lost it and the rest of the day was spent in silence.

As for his own children, he often can’t be bothered to see them, let alone treat them.

Is it unreasonable for me to treat my children? Or should they pay?

Get in touch with the Dear Deidre team

Every problem gets a personal reply from one of our trained counsellors.

Fill out and submit our easy-to-use and confidential form and the Dear Deidre team will get back to you.

You can also send a private message on the DearDeidreOfficial Facebook page or email us at:

deardeidre@the-sun.co.uk

DEIDRE SAYS: You are entitled to spend your money on your children if you so wish.

Your husband may feel jealous of your relationship with your children, due to him not seeing his own.

Perhaps you could talk to him about his feelings and ask why he becomes so angry.

My support pack on Managing Anger should help you.