husband doesn t value stay at home mom
This is a hard one for me. I have a little girl and she lives with her mommy in a different part of town and I have a great job. I am single and looking for a great place to live. My husband works in another city and I work at home. I have been thinking about this a lot lately.
This is a tough one. It’s not because I am not a “stay at home mom.” I am. I am. I have a great job and I have my own house to my name. I have a great little girl to raise and I have a great job. I have a lot of time to spend with her and I have my own house to my name.
It’s hard to say what the right answer is or how the best thing to do is, but a lot of families make this decision on their own. I’ve been in families where the wife was always home, so it wasn’t until the husband was in law school that he got the idea that he and his wife needed to split up. I remember when my father told me he needed to get a divorce a few years back.
It’s been a year since my husband and I decided to separate, but I don’t think it’s ever too late to start thinking about what to do with our lives. A lot of our conversations have revolved around our next steps, but I think the smartest thing to do right now is to sit down with a few friends and brainstorm different ways we can make our lives better. I know that I can’t be the only one who thinks this way.
This is a real question. I know that I have made some mistakes in the past. I know I am not perfect either, but I am more than ok with it. I know that we have a good, solid relationship, I know we don’t fight often, and I know I know how my husband views things. I know that we are not perfect, but I am more than ok with that.
This is not an uncommon thing. Many people who have a good and solid relationship with their spouse, find themselves spending a lot more time at home. I know this because my husband is a serial procrastinator. He has to be on a plane or on a train at a certain time to find time for himself. This makes it hard for me to just sit at my desk and work for 2 hours when it is only a couple hours before I have to come home.
You have to understand that staying home is a choice too. If you have to work from home, you are most likely missing out on a ton of opportunities that you would have otherwise had. If you can do a better job of staying home and spending time with your family, you are likely doing the same. If you have a good relationship with your spouse, you might have found it that staying home makes sense.
If you are being married, you may be able to get the most out of your relationship by staying home with your wife. If you just start seeing each other casually every now and then, you are probably not going to be happy. Why not? Because you think you are doing something wrong, or that your spouse is not doing something right. You are not. You are doing the best you can in the circumstances.