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Read this para online accidentally, it's said that stands for the most of married women. I don't get married yet but it sounds terrible and I nearly could feel the same with the woman who wrote like this as follow.
"After giving birth to two children, I feel lonely day by day. I don't know what's this marriage for when I am awakened by baby in the middle of night while my hubby sleeps soundly. I almost want to kill him and throw him out of the room but eventually I even don't have the anger in the end. You never get rewards from men who think that's your duty to take care of the whole family."
Every time you come to him for a talk at night, there is always one answer, "I am tired now how about we talk about it tomorrow", but you have got no that "tomorrow" but an empty the next day.
When night falls, how many wives in this city could not get asleep just watching the snoring husbands and feel tired and helpless. One moment, escaping back "home" comes to your mind, but you know it's impossible.
"The day I got married, my mom cried loudly and repeatly said ' there is no such good thing marring another family.' She said continually and so I could remeber today. But I thought she meant another family as my husband's but today I understand gradually that family means my own, with my husband and child. The family you love so much and hate so well. This secret mom knows already that her daughter would not belong to herself any more, could not cry or laughter at her will and live in a family without her parents caring. "
Men never understand why women get depressed for such trivias and they don't want to communicate or think it's not necessary to talk to each other. Wives weep at the midnight while eveyone go to bed for such fussy things which like termites bite away the time and happies.