What is FAIR anyway? Every person views FAIR through their own life experience – their subjective view of reality; therefore FAIR is SUBJECTIVE. Some people believe Fox News reports Fairly and Accurately – other’s believe Fox is a Right Winged Political Instrument – a puppet and Rupert Murdock is the Puppet Master.
Who knows what’s really FAIR? NO ONE!
It’s not FAIR he left me and the kids, abandoned us, after 20 years of marriage. It’s not FAIR he hasn’t spent more than 100 minutes with his kids since his exodus. It’s not FAIR that he cheated so many times and I’ve been FAITHFUL for 20 years. It’s not FAIR that he promised me we’d grow old together – and actually SEE the light at the end of the parenting tunnel. It’s not FAIR that I am pressured to completely change our lifestyle and priorities at this stage in the life journey. It’s not FAIR that he has NO accountability as a parent, no schedule, no obligations and NO PRESSURE to manage/nurture the day to day scholastic, emotional, physical, spiritual, nutritional, social and monetary needs of our teenagers. It’s not FAIR that he can run his life and his business without childcare considerations – who’s going to watch our kids?!
What the FUCK!?!?!
Our house is breaking down; the lawn is dying, the irrigation system is leaking, the AC unit needs to be replaced, the front door lock is broken and falling off, the sink is clogged, the toilet is running and our Magnolia Tree is dying….IT’S NOT FUCKING FAIR!
Ironically, he thinks having to pay our mortgage (four months after his clunky departure) and utilities, isn’t fair.
His lawyer sent a draft dissolution agreement in July that simply WASN’T FAIR. It excluded any mention of college and our children’s extracurricular activities. The child support allowance was, below-the-poverty-line and laughable. The proposal was reckless. My attorney categorized it like this:
“If this is the divorce agreement – it’s your worst day in court.”
I randomly googled – What is FAIR?
As in previous posts, I was struck between the eyes – THERE ARE NO COINCIDENCES – This article from Psychology Today popped up FIRST.