Â My friends husband was so combative toward me because Â of a suggestion I made on Facebook. Here's the story: Â My friend had complained that a daycare worker didn't wipe her sons bottom when he'd had an accident and had left him in the bathroom. With wipes and fresh clothes to fend Â for himself. Now he's Â only three and a half and that is wrong. However, my friend and her husband were basically planning to handle the situation aggressively and asking opinions ( otherwise, I'd have said nothing!). Â I Â recommended she communicate with a note stating her son requires more care than he'd received and and Â that she pack some gloves for the daycare provider to use if need be. Â I thought perhaps the care provider didn't have the gloves for the job...she could be new, or just in the wrong field. Â Now, her husband didn't have to agree with my take. Â however, The rudeness and judgmental attitude of his responses Â was insane! Â He said, "your response is too hippy for me...trying to placate this teacher.... until you have a child back off,." Â and Â he also said that I'm not in tune with reality. Â Â I called him on his behavior, he used parenthood as his excuse for rudeness, said that my response [censored] him off , and again stated I didn't know better because I didn't have children. Â I didn't validate him with a response. Â It was to the point where I wasn't sure how to respond. Â It was Â just so aggressive, and patronizing. Â I don't know if it's a superiority complex or what. As I said, I Â called him on the way he talked to me, but otherwise held back. Â I'm not going to fight with someone i dont even have a relationship with. I had tried to be a friend but those efforts will now cease. Â This isn't the first time with the rudeness and belittling me because my husband and I don't have children. I think all of us on here have been the recipient of this behavior at least once. You know what else, my friend, who was my best friend when she lived here, changed when she had this child ( who she openly told me she didn't want). She became miserable, distanced herself ( emotionally) from me, and really shut me out. I don't even know why I refer to her as a friend. What a shame. Â I Â guess I'd like a little support!