You go girl

Reader Response to “Don’t Marry Career Women” – You go girl

You go girl

Oh my word.  So marrying a woman with a career and maybe a passion to go with it, who makes over $30,000 is a recipe for married misery.  I have been married for 13 years and have two children.  The longest I have ever been away from the work force since age 15 is a 10 month maternity leave with one of my children.  My husband is the better cook.  I’m the better budgeter and bill payer.

The idea that a woman who is not tied to the home and might meet someone more attractive if she is out of the house following her career passion is positively cro magnon.   The next step Mr. Noer might suggest is that a good way to keep a wife faithful would be to lock her in the house so she can’t get out.  That is a scary line of thinking.  Making $30,000 dollars a year is, in some cities, not enough to keep a family should anything happen to the oh so important breadwinner.  What happens to the woman who makes less in this case?

Ladies, never ever make less of yourselves.  Follow your passion and any man who can’t handle the pressure isn’t worth having.

08-25-2006 11:53 AM

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