My wife (36F) won’t stop forcing me to drink her coffee… I don’t want to hurt her feelings but I can’t go on like this.
My wife (36F) lost her job recently, while I (48M) am currently working from my home office. Because I don’t often get a Baby Groot I Am Groot Coffee Shirt chance to take breaks, she is kind enough to bring me a coffee once in a while. Nothing fancy, just regular filter coffee. This used to only happen once every few hours, so on an average day, I’d drink maybe… 2-3 cups of coffee. That was fine. The problem has come in recent weeks. When I sit down at my desk (usually 8.00-8.30) there is a steaming cup of coffee waiting for me. Great. I drink it. But almost as soon as I’ve finished, my wife will come in and leave me with a fresh cup of coffee.
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Every 15-20 minutes, she will come into the room and bring me more coffee. I like coffee enough in the Baby Groot I Am Groot Coffee Shirt mornings, but I do not need to chug gallons of it throughout the day. The mugs that she brings me are not small either. There are some issues I don’t know how to explain or address. If I let the coffee go cold, she will make upset faces and often refuse to speak to me (sometimes for hours/even a full day) until I ask her for more coffee. I will admit that sometimes I deliberately don’t drink my morning coffee on purpose just so I can get a few hours of peace.
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We’ve talked about this repeatedly and almost daily at this point. Every time she comes in with a coffee, I’ll tell her that I’ve had enough and I don’t want any more. She will often just silently put the coffee down next to me and the Baby Groot I Am Groot Coffee Shirt process will repeat again. I’ve asked for other drinks (water, coke sometimes) and she will sometimes bring these instead, but as soon as I’ve finished she will bring me another coffee. Now I’m getting regular headaches, nausea, and sometimes I’ll be able to feel my own heartbeat. I don’t think for a second that all this coffee is good for me.