Our expert says:
I wonder if the new company might be exploiting him by demanding unfairly long hours, or if he feels a need to work extra time to be able to impress them and hold onto this job. And obviously these issues are things you need to discuss openly together. What is less justifiable is that he apparently DOES have time for himself, but chooses to spend it all with "the guys" on fishing and biking, rather than with you. This is unfair to you. Couldn't he find some things he would enjoy but which he can share with you ? I don't know how you feel about fishing or biking ! He does indeed need and deserve a break, but doesn't have to spend all breaks without you.
You are not being selfish.
Liza's response makes excellent sense. You need not be alone, and could also get involved in other social activities, apart from working towards encouraging your husband to involve you more in his recreation
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