The Effect of Increasing Outside work

By: David Maddern

The Effect of Increasing Outside work

If your man is pursuing a career path please take note of
this. Because, although a breadwinner's intention is to
support by bringing money into the home, he is nevertheless
away from home for extended time and a distance may form
between the partners.

This is especially true if all children are established in
the school system and a mother can step back mentally and
review who she is. Often the "growing apart" concept creeps
into the background then.

Many women begin to crave "quality time" with spouse and
with children, yet work demands more and more, and the
relationship suffers. This can not be suppressed and
divorce is common at 12 years since marriage, with the last
few years uncomfortable.



Interestingly a woman tends to internally define herself by
modes of psychological nurture established in childhood.

Usually these are one or two of „h quality time „h gifts
„h touch „h nice words „h reducing her task load

Supply of these one or two particular things are quite
fundamental to her self-image as it is how she is
internally reaffirmed as worthwhile, and on the positive
side is even the basis of romance.

The 'quality time' need is a very common one.

To avert this 'growing apart' about the only thing available
is to increase options by getting separate income, without
extra time away. Any inheritance on the way? Seriously,
outside income brought in by either of the couple will
increase options to reduce outside work or other subtler,
but very positive things.

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members take as little as 90 days to exceed outside income.

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