Our expert says:
He sounds rather childish and sulky. And if he sees an ethical problem in your not buying bread for him, he has a truly bizarre idea of what ethics is. As apple says, it belongs in a playground, not in a marriage. Marriage counselling is what is needed, though I understand that he may be reluctant. Maybe if you stop doing so much for him ( he can do his own lunch, cleaning, etc. ) there'd be something he'd want to talk about, and you could offer to consider returning some of your services in return for his sincere participation in marriage counselling
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