Post # 1
My question is why do married women (with/without kids) feel so bad/sad sometimes? You women, (those with families) have fulfilled the DEEPEST desire of my heart (as well as I’m sure is the case with many other women) to have chosen and been chosen by the LOVE of your life to be only with each other, and if you have a kid you have brought forth a MIRACLE in this dark world. And many women are unable to conceive. Or are trying so hard to find ONE decent needle in the veritable crappy haystack that is the dating world. A home come home to. A family. Granted, I am not some sappy dreamer. I am a preschool teacher and I KNOW that kids can be little terrors. I have 14 of them every day. But they are trying to regulate their emotions, and it takes time to get there. And I have a lovely boyfriend (he really is just lovely) but we are not married, and have no children. Probably some day soon we will be. But til then, please married bees, help me understand.
Post # 2
Okay? Just because someone is married doesn’t mean their life is perfect and full of rainbows & butterflies. Life is hard and being married doesn’t negate that. This is a strange post.
Post # 3
My being married has no bearing on whether I feel bad or sad sometimes.
Post # 4
Is this a serious question? There’s more to life than being married.
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2005 - A Castle
I guess you’ve never dealt with death, job loss, being broke AF, having a hospitalized child or anything like that.
Post # 7
Wait…. I’m not allowed to feel anything other than happiness just because I’m married and have a kid?
Shit. I’ve been doing this wrong.
Post # 9
Because the grass is always greener on the other side bee. Try to enjoy your life as it is. There will ALWAYS be things to complain about and want.
Post # 11
Was this post written in 1958?
Post # 12
Yeah man, I often sit around wondering just how Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan could ever even for a second feel like they’re having a down day. I mean come on, they’re billionaires, happily married, and have 2 beautiful daughters! How dare they ever have a single moment of feeling down in the dumps?! 😡
Post # 13
I totally agree with you… once you are married and have children the only feeling you are EVER allowed to feel is total blissed out angelic happiness. If you feel anything else, regardless of circumstance, you are obviously WRONG.
Post # 14
Yes this is a serious post.
Last week my engaged friend got upset because her car broke down and had to be towed so she showed up super irritated and when I said why be mad? You just got engaged, and it didn’t go down well…:(
Post # 15
Well, this is random.
However, you don’t get to devalue someone else’s feelings just because they may have xyz that you put on a pedestal. That’s not how it works.
So, let people live their lives and process through their things while you do the same for yours. You want xyz? Great, I sincerely hope you get it. However, your need for other people to be happy whom already have those things is pretty petty and self absorbed. Focus on you and work on you. You aren’t in their shoes.