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Just a load of whinging bollocks from a "middle class career/mum" who finds life stressful. The Mail pigeonholes ALL women as "Angry"
I'd been on my feet for 18 hours straight the previous day, giving a major presentation to one of my advertising company's most important clients
Johnny, on the other hand, had knocked off at 4pm - flexible hours being one of the benefits of working in IT - and arrived home in time to spend the evening playing with Grace.
After the nanny had bathed her and put her to bed, he'd cheerfully polished off the dinner I'd cooked for him the previous day and had an early night.
My mobile rang. It wasn't even light outside, but the Asian office was halfway through its business day. I was tempted to fling the phone in the washing machine with the sheets, but I can't afford to lose my job. Johnny and I need two salaries just to keep a roof over our heads.
At 32, he's five years younger than me and, in many ways, very much a New Man. He talks about his feelings, rubs my feet, doesn't resent my earning capacity and worships the ground our daughter walks on.
Good feedbacks inc
You chose to have a husband, a child, a career, etc. You chose your life. Don't expect others to listen to you complain about it.
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- Marion, Michigan, USA, 23/2/2009 06:53
you must be a right barrel of laughs.
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- lill, glasgow, 23/2/2009 06:51
Grow up. Boarding school, nannies, over inflated mortgage, long suffering husband. Ex husband who's career you deem not as important as yours. You must be a pleasure to know.
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- mae, glasgow, 23/2/2009 06:50