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|Why Do Men Treat Woman Like Trash? by kaylachizz: 9:09am On Dec 20, 2011|
am confuse,I do not know what to do.am a married woman with a daughter,have been leaving apart from my husband.this is because he is working in another town.he does care about me,no sex only twice a month,and don not show me affection.what do I do?
|Re: Why Do Men Treat Woman Like Trash? by antartica(m): 9:14am On Dec 20, 2011|
You better start thinking of someone that wants you. Women that are treated like thrash tend to deserve what they gej because they get stuck in thrash.
|Re: Why Do Men Treat Woman Like Trash? by kokoA(m): 9:22am On Dec 20, 2011|
Hmmm. . The rigth section for this topic is the Romance of Family section.
Anyways, Madam, the earlier you beging to think for yourself and stop relying on your husband for everything, the better for you. If you've got skills, go out there ang look for a job or better still start up something on your own, make your own money and bring up your daugther in the most society acceptable way your husband will beging to repect you.
|Re: Why Do Men Treat Woman Like Trash? by kaylachizz: 9:28am On Dec 20, 2011|
I work,am not doing badly,is just dat am feeling like am not married,because he is never around.I do not relia on him.
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