Sometimes I ask myself: "why didn't I sterilise her?" (One consolation is that's going to happen soon, very soon now. ) The kittens have now reached the stage of potty training and the mother has reached the state of "why can't you all leave me alone finally?" (isn't it just typical for many modern mothers), there is a constant stream of visitors and my husband has to work overtime.
Enfin, I've scaled down my other commitments and try to look at the bright side, but what it means for the blog is less effort-posting, so I'd like to draw your attention to this interesting post by Aaron Clarey (warning: language):
Skinny Wives Save Lives
This nagging I argue is killing men earlier than normal. The "crisis of
men" where men commit more suicide, the mortality rate of men is going
up, and more "depressed deaths" being logged among men is caused,
disproportionately by adversarial women. And while yes, statistics
would show opioids, alcohol, liver disease, and the like are the cause
of this, the cause of that would be the toxification of the one
thing that gave men point and purpose to live - women - driving men to
drink and killing their will to live in the process. You may make the
argument it isn't provable, but nagging, being confrontational, and
competing against your husband certainly does not extend his life.
Be sure to read the whole thing! Makes one stop and think, doesn't it?:)