I personally do not believe that a bad husband is better than none at all! Think about it...that's twice the work, effort, and patience a wife must have that would not be necessary if she had a positive participating spouse, or did it herself!
No doubt there might be some women who believe this to be true. Society pressures single people to marry. Some women might feel that since they have arrived at a certain age without getting married there is something wrong with them. Parents, friends, relatives make comments that might be hurtful or disturbing to the single person. This might cause a woman to go into marriage more for the sake of conforming to societal expectations than from a conviction that she has found the right person. If a woman has positive self-esteem and confidence in her ability to competently deal with life she will be less likely to fall prey to societal pressure.
Marriage should be carefully planned for and entered into with clear understanding of its meaning, and full commitment to its responsibilities. There are too many miserable lives that have resulted from individuals entering into marriage for the wrong reason.
Marriage can be a blessing or a curse, and individuals have the power to decide which it will be. More time needs to be spent on preparing for marriage than that which is spent on preparing for the wedding. A single man or woman who is whole in body, soul, and spirit is better off than a married man or woman who entered into marriage hastily and for the wrong reasons.
by Jenny Pugh 2 years ago
Why would a wife keep her marriage to a womanizing husband?Why would some, if not many, wives still continue living with a husband who is obviously a womanizer?
by ngureco 12 months ago
I want to teach my cheating husband a lesson by leaving him for 4 weeks but I am afraid?I am afraid another lady my jump in to fill the vacuum so created by my absence. What do you think?
by Knowing Truth 7 years ago
Is good deed brings good result, bad deed brings bad result, or none at all?
by Jenny Pugh 6 years ago
You are on a distant relationship as husband and wife; You know for sure that your spouse is cheating on you; you have all the tell tale signs, you see evidences that are enough for you to deduce of the existence of the secrecy and deception, but he vehemently denies pointblank that you are...
by jb123 22 months ago
My husband has grown complacently obese. I don't find him sexually attractive anymore. Any advice?His obesity affects our sex life to where I don't want to be with him anymore. I've given him seven years of the 13 we've been together to take steps to change. He says I'm shallow...
by Liam Hallam 7 years ago
I have a stag party to go on in a few weeks and one of the activities involved is going to a Lap Dancing club. Many of the guys partners are very unhappy or uneasy about this. Can anyone shed any light on this? My partner is absolutely fine with it- In fact she wants to come along!What are your...
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