Yep, me saying he prioritises his social life over the children is an interpretation.
I think it’s a thought that, although it annoys me, it keeps me right and him wrong. It makes me the better parent. It makes me self-righteous.
I know I’m a damn good parent regardless of what he does. My kids love me and don’t need to be mad at him to do so.
Why do I want to be right and make him wrong?