Our expert says:
A good friend of mine has the same trouble with her husband. I guess in the old days one would simply call such a person "moody", and leave them alone during their down times. Though reminiscent in some ways of Bipolar Disorder, in Bipolar the mood swings are far more severe and extreme, and last much longer.
As for the cooking issue, she seems to be giving mixed messages - rejecting the daily cooking as "NOT my job as a woman", but insisting on doing the shopping as "MY job as a woman.
Another part of the situation seems to be that while this is understandably problematic and puzzling for you, she doesn't seem to experience these matters as much of an issue for her, and thus doesn't want to seek assistance with them. That doesn't give you much room to maneuver
at this stage. Other than to continue to chat with her about how you find this a bit confusing, and asking for her advice on how best to respond - what helpful ideas do other readers have here ?
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