Discussion in 'Married Life' started by Rihana, Nov 20, 2019.
On another note: Dosn't FB make it look all rosy while the other forums where people can be anonymous are overloaded with agony...
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Hope you all remember a recent post on divorce after 25 years due to PILS issue..[/QUOTE]
This is brilliant. There is suddenly a bit of hope in my life.
Why not the default be to go for a temporary separation (with the disclaimer that it is only to make your spouse miss you, appreciate you better when you get back, etc etc).
If it went wrong (right?), then the quote ''If you love someone, set them free. If they come back, they’re yours; if they don’t, they never were'' can be used to justify it.
Amulet, you make me laugh. Thank you.
After following "that thread" for a bit, I have decided that " C'est la vie" is a cop out. It turns out, "la vie est inférentielle". From every experience, we gather knowledge (inferences) for use in the future.
I am getting this commercial on the IL portal:
What is your commercial message ?
"The curse of the mummy-ji" While the article is mostly about rural and suburban lower class population, I like the term.
Saas, Bahu & Social Networks: How a Mother-in-law Influences a Rural Indian Woman’s Well-being
Wth!!! Now lipsticks also have age restriction.
Lipsticks for aunties ?
The gatekeeper mother in law....
Sounds hilarious but is so sad.
It is like women in rural areas are not married but sent to prison.
When and why did these mils get so much authority over another adult's life and body, who is not even her own child raised by her?