Afraid to Go Home?
After hearing this from my co-worker, it really made me think back to my own past, when I was married and I can really understand how he felt. I remember being married to a woman that really didn't appreciate me as a man. To give you a very brief true story, I married a woman who really wasn't used to a man , that's a real provider and to one that was true to his word. A lot of men in the world may clam to be real providers, but my parents raised me in a way, that if I married or became committed to a woman, that I would make sure I always took care of home. When I grew up I had a great example from( my father) on how to be a man. But what my father couldn't prepare me for(because he didn't have one) was dealing with an ungrateful woman. My ex-wife allowed her girlfriends to get in our business and that destroyed our marriage. She thought telling her girlfriends how good I was to her and her son was a good thing, when in fact it wasn't. Question, women do you really believe that your girlfriends would be happy for you , when they aren't happy? As my mother would put it misery loves company and a woman who doesn't have a good man or husband at home will not be happy even if her girlfriend happens to be blessed with one. Sad as this may sound, there are many jealous or envious women in the world and there are not many who will be happy for their girlfriends happiness.
But back to my co-worker, you know the one that's afraid to go home? Well even today he still feels that way! I always was taught , that a mans home should be his castle , a place where he can relax and get away from the troubles of the world. Also a place where one should be able to kick back and enjoy their fruits of their labors. When I was growing up, I always admired watching my parents enjoy our home. My mother decorated the inside of the house, while my father took care of the yard and both seem to enjoy the home that they worked hard to put together. When my father would come home from work, my mother would always greet my father with a kiss and a hot meal. Back when I grew up, a home was a place where the parents relaxed after a hard day of work and where they children played. These days many homes all across the world are full of , drama, turmoil and stress. Question, Are you afraid to go home? If so do you or your significant other have what it takes to make it a home again? Write in and give your opinion on the subject.
Until then have a great weekend,