She's Not Pulling Her Weight - MGTOW
- THE-DOLL-HOUSE SAN ANTONIO LLC
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Hi Everyone Sandman Here,
This video is brought to you by a donation from Rich and here's what he has to say: "Hi Sandman, I started dating a woman when I was 19. She went to college for 7 years and got her masters in social work. I made enough money that I should have been doing better financially at an early age but in my mind I was waiting for her to get done school, then we could start building a life together. We moved in together and I went back to trade school. I landed a job with an independent contractor in my field and loved it, then I landed a government job that I am still currently working at. During that time I saw everyone around me buying houses, going on vacations and having children and I wanted some form of that kind of life, but I realized we needed money to do that. The first 2 years at my current job we had a joint account and it was always empty, this always puzzled me since we weren’t going on vacations or buying houses (neither of us wanted children). On the second year at my job I flipped a house and made $15k! I never had money like that before and I used some of it to pay off my credit card debt of $5k. Logically paying off $5k with minimum payments would have
taken 30 years, I wanted it gone. After I paid that off I asked her to see my bills that I was responsible for and there was $1000 unaccounted for of my money! The reality never really hit me but essentially she stole $24k off of me over the course of our relationship. Up to that point. After that I opened my own account and the money started rolling in and it opened my eyes to a plethora of possibilities. I started getting on her about it and she tells me she’s 12k in credit card debt. She’s says she’s going to consolidate it and it’ll be done in 3 years, sounds like a plan. We had been together 10 at this point so I thought no biggie. Well 3 almost 4 years goes by and I find out she’s now in a new debt of $18k with nothing to show for it. She spent it all on herself, things I call trinkets, clothes, candles, soap... Worthless junk. So I purchased an investment property to offset her spending and so we could start living a real and tangible life. A few months after me getting on her she walks out leaving just a note for me to come home to. Then find out she’s become a lesbian. I know it was way too soon after a 14 year relationship, but a few months after she
abandoned me I find another woman and she seems to have everything I’ve always wanted. She was fun, attractive, had a good paying job and was good with money. The only problem I had from the beginning that I made clear was her schedule may be an issue, she works in retail. When we first met she seemed more available, but I guess that’s how you secure a man, make him feel important and worth your time. As time went on her job took control of her life and I would go 3-4 days without seeing her while we lived under the same roof. She wasn’t cheating just a really shitty schedule. She’s been in retail for 13 years and before that the restaurant industry.
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