Our expert says:
Firstly, when someone is awfully rude to you in front of others, it's Them who ought to feel embarrassed for what they did, not you. Whatever the reason ( is there some kind of tension involving your sister which might have stirred these incidents up ? ) he's obviously being unreasonable, like blaming you because an infant is constipated.
You are not over-reacint in finding these events objectionable, or in setting reasonable boundaries and expecting to be treated with respect. But it's not a disaster and doesn't mean that you're both doomed to increasingly hurtful exchanges.
Suely the two of you need to get involved in marriage counselling ? He may be entirely sincere when he recognizes he has misbehaved and when he promises to work on improving --- but he probably doesn't know how to work on it and reverts to habit.
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