Re: Telling People To Quit Their Jobs
So what if the WS quits their job, is now bringing in no money while they look for a new job or brings in much less because they couldn't find an equal paying job and you still end up divorcing? Now the BS is not only stuck with have having had to support the family on their salary alone for however long, but now they'll end up being possibly stuck with an alimony payment or a larger alimony payment then they should, on top of all the other expenses that would be paid for out of the couples joint funds which the WS hadn't contributed to for however long. The BS gets screwed harder and longer in the end.
1) I think most people when they say quit mean "start looking for another job in earnest" not "resign immediately". The end result being they separate.
2) To allow the WS to continue to maintain employment in such a toxic environment is like continuing to let an alcoholic work in a bar. How long until a relapse?
3) Personally, I'd prefer poor and a faithful spouse versus rich and her bouncing up and down on someone else's penis on a regular basis. Call me crazy.....
“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” - Maya Angelou