1. To Love is to Forfeit your Right
to say all that comes to mind in the heat of the moment...
more on that in a moment
2. I Respect him
even when I don't agree or like what he said or did
especially publicly and in front of the kids
3. I don't Undermine his Authority
even when he's not doing 'Parenting' my way
4. I'm not hesitant to Show him Affection
and YES, in front of the kids...
I've come to realize that the best thing that I can give my kids, beyond myself, is to love their dad. I love him because he's my husband, but I also love him because in doing so, I have a profound effect on how I love my kids. To be on the same page, here are some examples of what I mean when I say love:
Worth...A concept bouncing around a lot lately
Particularly, that of a woman compared to that of a man, in the workforce.
The conversation of income inequality simmers. Constantly.
...at many points, reaching a boiling point.
I used to think that the pay differential among men and woman was mostly derived from the female ratios propagating their dominated fields (such as reception, teaching, nursing). The truth is, women statistically make less than men, in most fields, where men hold those same positions. So as not to compare a carpenter to a school teacher or 'male dominated' to a 'female dominated' field, we can simply look at most industries and find that statistic to be true. Why is this happening? What can be done about it?
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Hi, I'm Sarah!
I'm an almost architect, wife & mother. I love to love people, food and impossible renovation projects.
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