Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.


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Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
Back2TheKitchen
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Back2TheKitchen
A career woman is woman that becomes desensitized to love, family and basic human emotions. She certainly doesn’t gain any respect for men.

Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.

I can only hope that a day comes she will find that what she wanted (a career) is not as valuable as the love she could receive from family.

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08-25-2006 04:41 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
TennisPirate
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TennisPirate
Wouldn’t a “career man” be just as bad?

08-25-2006 04:44 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
kristyk
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kristyk

Is a man who works also “decentitized to love, family and basic human emotions”? I’m sure you will say no.
Why do you think a woman becomes decencitized to love, but not a man when he works?

That darn womb! Making women all decencitized and miserable!

08-25-2006 04:45 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
TennisPirate
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TennisPirate
Who in hell says that women become desensitized to love just because they work?? My parents both have successful careers, and their relationship is doing just fine.

And there are PLENTY of men who get so involved in their careers that they simply do not have the mindset to balance a family on top of that. This is not healthy for anyone, men and women alike.

08-25-2006 04:48 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
toadman
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toadman

“Why do you think a woman becomes decencitized to love, but not a man when he works?”
Mis-spellings of an emotional drama-queen aside*hint*, you should be able to answer your own question.

08-25-2006 05:01 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
DClife
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DClife

Being the day-care provider, chauffeur, cook and bottle washer can also desensitize you to love and joy.  But you have no choices.

If you prefer to keep a companion that has no choices over one that stays because they want to, get a turtle.  (even dogs and cats will run away under those conditions)

08-25-2006 05:21 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
Wanda
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Wanda

Really?   This November will be my 22nd Wedding Anniversary…  this September will be my 15th Anniversary at my place of employment where I frequently work 40-60 hours a week and travel around the country on a frequent basis.   This year my youngest graduates from high school and my oldest is finishing up in college.  My husband and I are preparing to renew our vows and go on our second honeymoon….

I guess no one informed us he should be miserable or I should be desensitized.

Message Edited by Wanda on 08-25-2006 05:48 PM

08-25-2006 05:31 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
yohan
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yohan

It discussion is not about single cases, but this Forbes topic is about the overall situation in the USA. What might be the result, if the woman prefers career to family?

To say it in a simple way, the result sounds like if you are a man, married to a career woman, the chance to keep the marriage running and remain troublefree is not very good.

A 50 percent or so divorce rate means a high risk for any man – a man is rather helpless in court, and all he owns, might be taken away from him, EVEN without any wrongdoing by his side, EVEN if the woman makes more money than the man.

This risk alone is worth a discussion.
The present laws are against the man and favor the woman in all aspects of life.
Why should a man take such a risk, even if the woman has only good intention towards him?

08-25-2006 06:36 PM

Re: Marrying a career woman is an easy ticket to misery.
toadman
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toadman

“Why should a man take such a risk, even if the woman has only good intention towards him?”

Because she can exercise her legal option on any emotional whim under current family law, including non-existent spousal abuse. There is no penalty for AW’s if they choose to bug out or get bored. Why invest in such a high-risk property?

08-25-2006 07:15 PM

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