Op starts off by explaining her situation with staying at home and running her own business.
She goes on to explain what kinds of reminders her husband sends her throughout the day.
She says that she's the organized one so she really doesn't need the reminders.
She said she's told him many times to just stop with the reminders.
She then explains that he texts her this and she tells us how she responds.
She continues on with what she said and then asks if she's TA for responding this way.
The first comment tells her that her husband is indeed TA and he's controlling.
People began leaving many different comments telling her advice. This is a two-parter comment.
Here's the second half of the previous comment.
People really jumped on this one to diagnose her husband.
It's all just a front and luckily she's not putting up with it anymore.
Odd logic because it isn't logic at all, it's control.
Some people said that they wouldn't be able to put up with this at all.
Yes the husband is most definitely TA and we don't blame her for how she's acting.
Honestly, it doesn't matter either way. If the reminders are unnecessary then they are unnecessary.
This person said she's NTA, but that honestly neither of them are in the wrong.
This is a question that it seems a lot of people are asking her.
This whole situation is unfortunate.
Most definitely a jerk though.
I think any of us would be annoyed in this situation, but honestly who knows how he really means this. The comments are saying that the husband is TA and clearly OP thinks that he should back off and stop reminding her.
Regardless it definitely makes us wonder what his intention was with all of this.