UGA Bride brought this up in an earlier post and I thought it deserved a bump up in the topics. I think it's a pretty important discussion.
"This is a whole other topic, but does anyone else feel like if you go and do something (anything) and leave the kid(s) at home with your spouse, that of course your spouse deserves some time as well? Well, I hate feeling like I "spent" my time away doing something that wouldn't be fun for me...I'd get home and DH would be all "here ya go!" Bleh."
Steph, my response is, "Yes. I feel the same way." We end up in a lot of tit-for-tat situations where he's out every Friday night to go running and I haven't had a night out of the house in weeks (mostly because I'm pooped lately). He has no problem telling me to go have fun, but part of me feels guilty if he doesn't get the same chance.
But in the same vein, WW is about self-maintenance and preservation. I pretty much expected my DH to give me a pass on any "me time matching." My WW meetings fell outside of fun time. Just like going to a doc appt.
But about the WW meetings, I was so hung up on losing the weight and getting to a fierce, skinny me, that the one hour spent was well worth it to me.