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I love my parents but fuck do they ever need a divorce

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  1. Brother, is that you?

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  2. Yep, the old traditional marriage is nonexistent nowadays, it's extremely unfeasible, especially if you're a hard-working man. With pre-nups being nonenforced in courts, it's just not worth it to have some nasty-ass woman taking all your hard-earned cash while they sit back and laugh. Sure, it made significant sense in the old days when women couldn't get paid for jobs, but now it's ridiculous. They'll steal your freaking kids too in addition to all your money.

    Rather, the traditional notion of marriage needs to go through a new iteration and TRANSCEND to something much better! Me, I just have sex with a bunch of my friends girlfriends and they do mine, too, like a round-robin tournament style with benefits!

    Makes much more sense to me, they're worthless, pathetic creatures that you shouldn't be begging the attention for. Women should, obviously, be respecting your big beautiful cock teeheeee =) this is why the model of marriage must be revamped, so encourage your parent's divorce and go with the richer family, you'll be better off for doing so, my friend.

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    1. Mate, you're going to live a sad lonely life.

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    2. The funny thing is dude is, by definition, living a less lonely life than most people given his excessive philandering. From an evolutionary point of view, you're a big dog 2. Big ups.

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  3. Marriages go through cycles, my mum taught me this. Growing up from age 12 to around 18, I was certain my parents needed a divorce. It seemed like either they resented each other and blamed each other for everything or almost acted as though the other didn't exist. My dad often took it out on my brothers and I, and seeing this I had wished they would get a divorce and be done with it. But things changed slowly over time, I think the kids going away to university was a big help (they were alone together more and probably had more time and space to talk it out). It's funny because now they act almost like newly weds.

    I was recently speaking to my mum about her friend, how she told her she was going to leave her husband because she has fallen out of love with him. Her and I talked about it and I mentioned that I was so certain her and my dad would have divorced when she told me that.

    I don't know how helpful that is, probably not at all, but it's an interesting thing to consider maybe even when you find yourself in that position. I think the biggest problem with marriage now adays is that people walk away when it gets tough or ugly (or even old). People stop working for it because it's so easy to walk away! For one, you'revert not condemned for it anymore, and two, everyone is connected. This leads to false expectations (seeing all the beautiful happy people on the internet) and an obvious disconnect that can happen in relationships.

    I realize now I'm babbling on. But I was in your position, I wanted my parents to just be done with it. Respect them for sticking with it though, it's not easy and maybe there's some serious work going on behind the curtains.

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  4. Marriages go through cycles, my mum taught me this. Growing up from age 12 to around 18, I was certain my parents needed a divorce. It seemed like either they resented each other and blamed each other for everything or almost acted as though the other didn't exist. My dad often took it out on my brothers and I, and seeing this I had wished they would get a divorce and be done with it. But things changed slowly over time, I think the kids going away to university was a big help (they were alone together more and probably had more time and space to talk it out). It's funny because now they act almost like newly weds.

    I was recently speaking to my mum about her friend, how she told her she was going to leave her husband because she has fallen out of love with him. Her and I talked about it and I mentioned that I was so certain her and my dad would have divorced when she told me that.

    I don't know how helpful that is, probably not at all, but it's an interesting thing to consider maybe even when you find yourself in that position. I think the biggest problem with marriage now adays is that people walk away when it gets tough or ugly (or even old). People stop working for it because it's so easy to walk away! For one, you'revert not condemned for it anymore, and two, everyone is connected. This leads to false expectations (seeing all the beautiful happy people on the internet) and an obvious disconnect that can happen in relationships.

    I realize now I'm babbling on. But I was in your position, I wanted my parents to just be done with it. Respect them for sticking with it though, it's not easy and maybe there's some serious work going on behind the curtains.

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    1. Can't tell if you meant to post with your name or not...

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  5. story of my life :S fml

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