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Have a joint account and let all such expenditures go from that.
Ignore it. There is nothing wrong with the occasional pampering but never let anyone dent your self respect
Totally second that,... but he's my husband.. so Ignoring it is more like ignoring him :( .
This is narrow-mindedness. No gender is superior. We should always aim for gender equality. And, paying for things is the beginning for such ideology. Other being, helping wife in kitchen and other household work and similarly wife can share the load of earning money and managing the finance and other related duties for home. That is how you maintain a healthy relationship where the spouses respect each other.
Sorry, but not all 'Should Have's are really practiced in real-life.
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I was working for more than seven years before getting married and moving countries. I had to quit my job in the process and have no earnings of my own. It's true that partners contribute to the marriage in ways other than money, but having been independent for so long, I'm unable to spend my husband's money as my own, even on essentials. Do I need to get over it, and if yes, how?
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You think too much!
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