I have been married for almost 5 years. My wife and I have a son who just turned 3. At the beginning of our relationship things seem to be really on track but since our son arrived, i've been battling constant negativity, double standards and agressive criticism up to a point that i'm seriously thinking about getting a divorce. Recent example, our son was sick so she was admitted with him to the hospital for 3 days and then she took another week off from work as a sick leave. She constantly worked while our son watched tv during the day. During this period, they went out exactly 1 time to the park. No other significant activities. After I arrived home from work, I did the chores around the house, dishes, laundry but mostly I played with our son as she said she didn't get any work done and kept on working. Now, since it was too soon to send him to daycare, it was my turn to stay at home for a week. I did again all the chores, went to eat at my parents house, worked while my son slept, then picked my wife up, went to the park in the afternoon, worked some more at night while they were sleeping and so on. I even took my son one day and bought her lunch and delivered it to her office. Now, after this stay-at-home, my wife bluntly said to me while our son was with us that I didn't do anything around the house and if i'm on leave, I should exclusively play with our son. This was simply infuriating and frustrating. I explained that I had to work just like she had to work but she said that she was on medical leave and I was on simple or rest leave and it's totally different. She then said that I don't own or run a company, which is true, but she manages 30 people. I then enumerated all the chores that I did, she went silent for a while then she said that when she came home, the house was a mess. I totally disagreed.
NOTE: I've tried voicing my feelings but the thing is she doesn't listen. After a sentence or two she will remember an issue she had with me, interrupt me, talk over me, throw it in my face as a counter example or simply say: That never hapenned or If you don't like it, then leave, this is my house anyway.