Re: why does she cry for DH??

After being a SAHD for a while I feel that the role can be no less socially isolated and unrecognized than many SAHM (well, at least there is no KellyDad forum :-). It can be very frustrating experience when things not go smooth. Too many frustrations can turn into anger. When I suggested DHs "be forgiving" in my first response, what I meant was not just "to their los", but also "to themselves".

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