How to find courage to divorce after 7 years of marriage with a 1 year old child if I am a stay at home mom?
To find the courage to divorce, because you both are not right for each other, when you have a child, is very hard.You have a child, who needs you. So take responsibility in getting your life in order. You have to become emotionally and financially independent. Start taking
No. I am not sure what made you think of this. You could have written this clearly in the question details.If the woman loses her job after marriage, it's her as well as her husband's responsibility to get her a job soon and support her till she gets one.If woman doesn't want to work
Married men, if your wife ever made enough money to support the household with just her pay check and she wanted you to be a stay at home dad, would you? Why or why not?
Be with my kids, or be at workbe with my kids....or work....Listen, yes, kids are work, I'm the eldest of 8 and practically raised a few of them, but if I didn't have bills to worry about, where do you think I'd be except with my family?I'm not
My husband nearly begged me to be a stay at home mom but now he only gives me money for groceries or household items anytime I ask for more he just says no. What should I do?
Start looking for a job and as soon as you find one tell him (tell, don't ask) you're taking it to earn the extra money you want. Then be prepared for a battle.Your husband
Very good Question my dear,In your mother view :She want to spend some valuable time with you. who knows what will happen in next minute, next hour, next day. And more over once you join in an organization where you will meet new people,new relationship, new places totally new world. In mean while without
Why should women be allowed to work?http://idiva.com/news-work-life/...I recently saw a video with this title being shared on Facebook. It had a strong message but there was something with the title which made me feel
Well, here's a story. When I had my son, I was in my early twenties. I was completely unprepared and had no idea what I was doing. Incredibly, within a couple of weeks I was feeling like a pro at the whole raising-a-baby thing. And I remember during that time how with each passing day, I could feel
Thanks for the request.It happens rarely, but I'll more often look for reasons to go out. By default, I'm staying in. Usually, when I look for a reason to go out, it's because it's nice outside or I need a change of pace. Or I need to get away from too many people inside.
I work, my wife is currently on maternity leave. We have two boys under 3, and I have a 9 year old daughter from a previous marriage. My position is a little unusual because I am a partner in my business (a pub) and have a lot of flexibility in my schedule. My
Sometimes.But it's not because I feel like I should be out using my talents to teach a classroom full of children, rather than two tiny toddlers.It's not because I feel like I need to be contributing to our retirement fund. As far as I'm concerned, I contribute to our retirement every time I stay home and cook
Just some background-My family moved around a lot. My dad made a LOT of money and so we were able to travel and live in places like India and Canada. Sadly, my mom did not have a work visa in these places so she decided to become a stay-at-home mom. My dad was supportive of this and
Having 2 kids is pretty rough - all women I know either have help from friends/family/relatives or simply stay home.You are not just
I would establish an office area - ideally a room with a door. But you could even wall off the dining room table or some other space with cheap dividers. The idea is to establish a physical boundary: this are is The Office.Already mentioned: establish a routine. You are not available
If you are one of the lucky people who can choose to be home or working, you learn they are both hard. Once I realized it is a lose-lose situation, I became much more relaxed.If you stay home all the time, you feel like you are wasting your talents and teaching your kids that mothers are like servants
Yes, it can be. Working from home as a stay-at-home parent allows you to contribute to the household finances and can often overcome gaps in your work experience compared to not doing any paid work.Fortunately, there are more jobs than ever that allow the opportunity to work
That no matter what we choose to do, there will always be judgment from others; I've met many a traditional man who wants the SAHM wife, expecting her to
I know of a few companies that have provided
Fuck work, am I right?Who wants spend their life, working for the man, no freedom, following the rules?Sure, maybe it kinda gives you a purpose. Possibly a bit of self respect... to earn a paycheck every so often, so you can: buy things / pay your own bills, etc? It
It's very hard work, but done in a context which permits the application of TIME to problems that others can only solve with money.When people with middle class incomes work and subcontract out child care, they are still burdened with all the housework, laundry, cooking and shopping that people who are full-time care
Again I will go with my own experience.When my son was just 10 years old, we were visiting Ooty and were confronted with a very good school. I have nothing to complain about the school in spite of their huge fees that time, heavy donation etc. Good education etc. It was boarding school.Yes, they taught good discipline etc. But
No, as long as you provide for your children. I live in the UK currently and it really bothers me that some families decide not to work and live on state benefits instead, which they receive because society protects children from poverty. How you provide for your children is
You don't want him to
How to know for sure that your husband loves you and isn't just using you to benefit from what you do for him daily? (from food, to cleaning, to sex, to boost his motivation, you get the idea
You must watch the expression on his face when you two meet up at the end of the work day. Is he like really happy to see you or does he just ask you questions about what you did and if this is done, and that is done, etc. Husbands who love their wives are really
Look within yourself and around yourself, and then ask yourself if you're better off where you are or where you'd go. There are many reasons for divorce, but even with child support, alimony, and half of everything, you'll still take a
I do not see any harm in doing so, when we begin to see women as equals why would this be an issue at all, if they can stay home so can you. Staying home and looking after the house and the kids is no easy job