@NesNez (71)
March 5, 2008 10:15am CST
I've read an article recently: a mother left her kids & family and went to overseas. She did not stand to stay at home, since her mother in law lived with her family. But she sits in a rollchair and rarely talk. She also couldn't stand her husband. They always quarrel. But some was caused by her faults to, such as going out every day and rarely take cre of her kids. But her husband also degraded her, such as by saying: I rather pay a babysister to take care of my children, since it's cheaper and less complicated. So, he also doesn't really give rights to his wife for taking care of the kids. What would you do if you were one of their kids? How would you feel? Who do u think is on the wrong track? thanks for reading and sharing ur opinions! =)
1 response
@paulsy (1264)
• Philippines
5 Mar 08
I think the mother should have stayed with her children, no matter what. I believe the children need their mother more. If the relationship with the husband is really bad, I think they should either try to fix it up, or just separate from each other so they won't be fighting for the rest of their lives. If I were one of the children, I would ask my parents to work things out together so that there will be peace in the family. If the mother just stays on a rollchair and rarely talks, then there is no reason for the wife to leave the family.
@NesNez (71)
• Indonesia
6 Mar 08
yes..i also think that they should make peace btw each other, so the kids won't be affected. But I read that the mom wanted to make a career, while her husband doesn't let her to in her country. She also thinks that taking being housewife does not play an important role and taking care the kids was a mistake. She is career obsesed, let's say it that way. They also quarrel abt the smallest things, but going seperate ways would effect one of her kids, since the birth certificate of one of them is written that she's a child of a mother, not a father. What would you do? Thanks.