My husband and I have been together for 10 years, but only married two. Right now we are kind of going through a rough patch. I recently gave birth to our beautiful daughter. Since I've been back to work we've had more fights over the same issues then before. For instance, I work in an office. He is a truck driver. Major work environment differences. I respect what he does, but he doesn't respect the fact that things may change in an office setting. I'm not supposed to be on my phone, yet I find myself texting him all day even letting him know when I go to the bathroom. The other day my department had a huge brainstorming session off site and decided to go to lunch. That turned into an all day arguement because I was choosing them over him and "I don't understand how you can work with these people all day everyday and want to go to lunch with them." It go to the point that I just told him no more talking during the day and he just thinks it the stupidest idea ever. My point is, if we don't text all day we will actually be able to have a full convsersation when we get home instead of abosorbing ourselves in our phones and not talking.. I know I can't make him understand how it's different, but how do I help realize we have differences and it's ok to have differences. That we aren't always going to agree on everything, but we can agree to disagree?