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I like how you stated that hurt people hurt people. Instead of facing our hurt and dealing with it, we hurt whoever is closest. And the cycle repeats itself.
Yes,I think it is a generational problem.
If we look at the pain,and personal issues that we pass down to our kids is so much bigger than the things that we THINK we pass down.
We pass down all of our character defects and drama,until we deal it
I love your question, and your last sentence. Typically women will not leave the man for the very reason that there are kids. Who gets legal custody? The dad will have the kids sometimes at least. Women sometimes stay hoping to protect their kids
It sounds like she agreed to it. And, if she did, how can this be "a creepy abuse of power"?
You are right -- I think my comment wasn't very well written. I should have said that if I agreed with my husband to have five kids and do all child and home care, and then was given an allowance I would feel like a babysitter, not a partner.
I think the traditional role of a wife and mother is to do exactly what she is doing...except she gets an allowance. :0)
More men end up in emergency rooms each year from domestic violence than women. Men may be physically stronger, but women tend to use weapons with malicious intent to mame.
CJ Sledgehammer, I've also read more men are sent to the ER room from domestic violence as well. Most men are too emabarassed to file charges. I wrote a hub on this subject. https://hubpages.com/relationships/Is-It-Ok-For-A-...
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i agree with you. but for me i stayed with him over the fear that if i left he would kill me and my son.and after 7 years of leaving him i am still scared for me and my son. he tramtize both of us. and he still stalks us. but i agree with you
msdragon, iam sorry to learn of your experience.Have you thought about learning to shoot and martial arts? there is nothing better than giving such a man a beating of his life and teaching him some fear.Try it and see how you like it.
Most women's first time being abused is in school. Because they are teens and not living together we don't call it sexual harassment or domestic abuse when a girl is felt up against her will, threatened, or slapped. Most never tell their parents.