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Old 10-17-2008, 10:08 PM
 
Location: Forests of Maine
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Originally Posted by Redisca View Post
And young men into unstable ones.
I am sorry, I do not understand that comment.

What do you mean?

Every household has a home, a father, every child has a mother.

Many hands make the work lighter [as one polygamous Christian wife once told me]
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Old 11-05-2008, 05:24 AM
 
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Women pressure men to marry them for a couple of reasons. First, I notice that many women don't know how to develop a life of their own. They don't have hobbies or interests, or if they do, many times it's not a sincere interest. They are just waiting for some guy to come along. Second, I see that many women have a big void in themselves. They can be educated, beautiful, etc., but still feel like nothing if they don't have a man or a baby. Finally, I believe this is what keeps women miserable and/or hooking up and staying with loser type guys who don't appreciate them.
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