I'm starting to rethink the relationship dynamic as far as it pertains to my profession and maintaining a relationship at home. This morning I got a glimpse of the B-side and really started to get an understanding of why men in my profession prefer paid company versus establishing relationships.
This morning in ------------------ I saw a gentleman get dropped off at his truck. He goes to kiss his wife goodbye and she pulls away from him. He asked her what's wrong, and she begins to yell.
You're never home.
I'm always with the kids.
I never see you.
You never make time for us
& a laundry list of other things.
So I hear him say.
We have three girls.
Two of them getting ready for college.
This truck note from the business I started.
I just came from home time and spending time with you and the girls and you acted as if you didn't want to be bothered. Or I am not even there.
No time for us.
"I stay gone so I'm able to contribute and helping my family and the only thing I get from you the past 4 years every time I see you". No sex, no one on one time, no conversation. No nothing. If it's not your work, the kids, or issues at home, "we don't talk" If anyone should complain "it's me". "So why am I coming back to bullshit for doing the right things" as a man?
A few hours pass. I get out of my truck to go inside before it's time for me to roll out. I see another women exit his truck & he's smiling ear to ear. As a man, that's a smile only a physical act can put on a mans face.
So my question is, is he wrong? Is the possibility of "family" or "marriage" or "relationships" inconceivable due to the profession. Because I don't agree with #prostitution but "I understand".
After speaking to a psychologist recently. I asked about the relationship dynamics & what's wrong with them today. "She" explained that most relationships are imbalanced & that imbalance is so severe it's like dealing with fou…