Women today just don’t know what the hell they want, how many times have we heard them say ” I need to find myself”,,what? let me help you,,you are on a planet called Earth, with human beings, your standing in your house with your husband and children who love you, now wake up to reality and fulfill your promise to those that love you,respect you, and have given so much to you, so why the hell are you so unhappy?
Women are quick to say that the males can not make a commitment, well it is my opinion that the women now can not keep a commitment. Don’t get married if you can’t keep your promises that you made on your wedding day, that is for both male and female. Sure, life is sometimes difficult, and there are always ups and downs, but what have you done to help improve the relationship? what have you done that is special for your man? when is the last time you gave him a compliment?, or planned a special week-end together? it’s a two way street, both must do there part, please don’t whale about not enough time, the kids, the soccer lessons, bla,bla,bla,,MAKE THE TIME !!, and get your relationship back on track. Trust me, it’s not always better on the other side of the fence if you know what I mean, you worked so hard for many years and people depend on you (especially the children), think about the impact your separation/divorce will have on them, and yes, it will affect them more then you may think
There is no easy way Out
Don’t make a commitment if you cant keep it. ….. Do you grow tired of your children too?
The problem with today’s society is that it is too easy to walk away. Not like the good old days when people dealt with their problems instead of running away from them.
It is easier for a woman to divorce a man. In the gender pandering judiciary system in this country alimony is still payed out in 87 percent of cases to the woman even though she has a job. Child support is paid out by the male 83 percent of the time.
Then your all alone Out In the Cold
If it was A Fair Deal ..Maybe It would lower the Divorce rates