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Re: Re: Single vs Married life

Oct 27, 1998 05:07 AM
by Jerry Schueler

>The point I don't understand is that after five years of marriage, not once
>has there been a good day. I give all that I've got and am to my family
>to be returned with nothing. We have nothing in common, we hardly
>communicate (when we do it's only a monolgue).

This sounds tragic.  I would have to advise you to either start
or start divorce procedures. Marriage, if it is to be anything at all today,
a way of sharing life and of learning to communicate with another person.
I have been married for over 35 years now, and would not know how to
live any other way. But this is because my wife and I are soul mates who
share everything, and in this way learn a great deal from each other. I
have found that, for me at least, experiences that are not shared are empty.
It is the daily sharing of intimate experiences that makes life so
and fun.

Jerry S.

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