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Why Do Women Seek the Ultimate Husband and Those That Have Such a Man Always Want Someone Different in Their Life?

Here is a survival guide for good men who find themselves married to a restless soul and a woman whom never seems satisfied with him and is always seeking something more.

Many good men with honor, integrity and virtuous values find themselves married to someone that betrays them, hurts them and breaks their hearts with infidelity and continuous inappropriate behaviors. They feel honor bound to try to make their marriage work, but nothing they can do seems to work. So when do they walk and when is enough far enough?

©2012 Anonymous Husband (P)2012 Anonymous Husband

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  • 03-14-13

Over and over...

This selection had an interesting premise. A wife found her husband's journal while vacuuming. She then read it aloud to their dog/cat/pet. The entire journal was filled with his depressed thoughts about the relationship. Over, and over, and over, and over, and... The same thoughts is slightly different words, over and over.

I continued listening thinking (hoping) at some point there would be helpful information. Nope. All I got from it were depressing thoughts and unanswered questions. I really don't even know if the woman reading the journal was the same woman he referred to throughout all of the journal entries.

I am glad it was inexpensive and short. Still, I wish I could get my time back.

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