Ok, be honest. You think he might be a loser. You worry you might be as well. Some days you love him, and on other dark days, you wonder if a sharp knife or a blunt instrument would be the better option. It’s hard to remember the breathless glow you felt when you first met, but your dreams of happily ever after just won’t go away. You know what? You’re not alone. And now you have a place to vent.
Founded in 2006, ShouldIDivorceHim.com was created to give real women (and perhaps a man now and then – but only if he puts the seat down) a comfy place to let it all hang out. While some of us have no problem ragging to our girlfriends (and sometimes strangers at the supermarket - if it’s been a really tough week), others (and you know who you are) keep it all bottled up to maintain a happy façade. Not a healthy option.
Gals, you no longer have to sweep it under the rug. You are hereby invited, encouraged, and if that doesn’t work, dragged out of the laundry room (or board room) to share your stomach-churning, buttock-clenching stories of laziness, inconsideration and just plain cluelessness. Maybe he forgot your birthday. Perhaps he doesn’t even know what day the trash comes. Is it possible he has no clue that the dishwasher cannot load itself? If these common complaints sound all too familiar, welcome home.
Think that’s nothing? What about his inability to say “no” to the ex-wife? The fact that he holds a power drill with more tenderness than he holds you? The way his body now closely resembles the pillows on the sofa where he parks his carcass most nights.
Maybe none of these things are deal breakers individually, but they sure grow old over time, perhaps leading you to wonder “should I divorce him?” You and a heckuva lot of other women. If half of all marriages end in divorce, there’s a good chance the other half may well be on their way. Before you jump off that bridge, try blowing off a little steam and trade tales with all the rest of us who are going through the same damn thing.
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