shellypop40
Ok during the covid 19 pandemic, I have been self icolating because I have health conditions that put me in the high risk bracket, I have a 7 year old son who I am home schooling through the lockdown . My partner was told to stay at home by his employees for the first 4 weeks , however he is back at work now , working in a factory with several other people who do not follow any of the safety guidelines for covid 19. So we discussed the importance of my partner following the rules every day when he returns from work  eg .. leaving work clothes outside the home and showering as soon as he gets home . Anyway as the days have gone on he is more and more reluctant to stick to the rules , when I point it out he just gets angry and tells me to I'm over reacting etc. This is causing me a lot of stress , and it is leading to arguments . But I want to know if others would feel the same way I do . When I asked him to get out of his work clothes yesterday , he look at me in duscust and said I he thought I'd probably have more germs than the his dirty work mates . I know he was tired and snappy but honestly I feel so hurt by this comment , I am an attractive , clean and tidy woman and find these comments very offensive , he says it's my problem if I want to be offended. Please give me your opinions because I am so confused by all this . 
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shellypop40
Ok so in not sure if I'm doing something wrong here , nobody seems to comment on my posts? 
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familylives
Hi, I understand that this is a difficult and upsetting situation. As this is a charity run forum, volunteers are only able to reply once a week at the time of replying. This forum is relatively young and as such the user base may not be as involved as we would like. Taking the situation with Covid seriously is very important, we're still at a level 4 stage of alert. Despite this the information we're receiving from news outlets is conflicting and confusing, for most people if it doesn't directly affect them then they won't see how serious the situation is. Here are some websites with information you can show your partner: the gov website covid database, government covid statistics, the NHS covid information page. If you feel you need further support please e-mail us at askus@familylives.org.uk or call our freephone helpline on 0808 800 2222.
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