Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Santa, Real or Not Real? That is the Question.

Today my nine year old comes home from school in tears.  She is upset because the little assholes in her class are making fun of her for believing in Santa.  My daughter is very sensitive and takes everything to heart so she was truly upset.   And not only did they tell her there isn't a Santa but they were making fun of her and calling her names.  Tomorrow I am sending her to school with a picture of "Santa" holding a .357 magnum to pass out  and at the bottom of the picture it says "See you soon"..lol.

I blame it on the parents. Especially the ones that have spiders for hair.  One kid said to my daughter "You knows yo momma and yo daddy buys yo gifts from Walmart"  You know their parents don't care and only told their kids to get out of buying gifts because Walmart won't allow them to purchase FUBU with food stamps (until Obama says its OK anyway). Makes me so mad I could slap their mama. Little piss ants.
Tell your kids to keep their pie hole shut. Just because you told your kids and you are a cheap ass doesn't mean everyone else is.

I just don't get it.  Kids today are so cruel.  It only makes sense for parents to tell their children to keep it hush hush.  Why would they want to ruin it for everyone else and take the magic away so close to Christmas.

Tonight my daughter asked me if there was a Santa, I smiled and said "of course there is".  I refuse to strip away the magic weeks before Christmas.  My wife thinks we should tell her so she can avoid the arguments and humiliation at school.  I however think that it will make her stronger in the end and make her appreciate it that much more when she is an adult.

As a child I was devastated when I found out.  I wanted so badly to believe.  As an adult I wanted to make sure my kids believed a lot longer than I did.  I found out right after my eighth birthday.  My wife believed until she was 11 and I got the age of 10 out of my son.  My daughter just turned nine, I just don't have the heart to tell her.

So what is a parent to do?  What is the right time?  Is there a right time?  Should we tell her just weeks before Christmas?

Oh Decisions!

What was your number?

Monday, November 12, 2012


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Not sure how long this discount is going for so I would move pretty quick on this deal!!

Friday, November 9, 2012

The Answer To Is Flirting Cheating

Flirting is not a harmless act. While you may or may not be interested in pursuing the person you are flirting with, you are doing psychological damage and multiple studies have shown psychological damage is often more likely to ruin a relationship than that of an actual affair. There is a reason that psychological warfare is so effective.

Consider the feelings of your significant other. How would you feel if your boyfriend/girlfriend/wife ignored you and flirted with every person they saw? You would be pretty ticked off.

Flirting with another person only tells your partner that you really don’t care about how they feel or about them in general as studies have shown. You are only interested in instant gratification and obsessed with outside opinions. Your partner’s love is not enough for you. Your significant other will feel bad about themselves. They will think they are not good enough for you and either break up with, divorce you, become very insecure, jealous and suspicious of you.

Married woman usually flirt because they crave the attention from multiple men and make an emotional connection while men do it because of lack of sex from their partner and are not usually emotionally connected with the person they are flirting with.

Ask yourself why you flirt with other people. Are you doing it when you’re with your partner or when they aren’t around?  If you answered behind your significant others back then you are actually cheating, regardless of physical contact.  The psychological damage from this type of cheating has been responsible for many divorces in the United States.

Beatriz Mileham from the University Of Florida has said studies show that internet involving social media (Facebook, Twitter, Chat Rooms) and texting are now the leaders in infidelity and more than a third of the flirting is toward a coworker or someone you know. In many cases flirting by text or phone and engaging in a sexual type flirting often leads to masturbation by one or both of the parties involved.  Rather it be during or after the conversation, with men, it is always the case, as every survey conducted shows.   Most women who commit this type of infidelity do not feel as though they are cheating.   However multiple studies show that even if nothing physical happens there's a feeling of infidelity and betrayal as much as when two people have skin-to-skin contact.  And the emotional damage can be quite substantial often leading to divorce, insecurities, trust issues, and  jealousy. If the flirting involved personal discussions about marital problems, personal issues, or was strong in sexual nature the emotional damage could be severe.

Gill Munro, from the British marriage guidance service said: "The sort of experience our counselors are having is similar to that described in this study. The most common problem, as this research suggests, is that even when nothing physical happens there's a feeling of infidelity and betrayal as much as when two people have a real affair."

Married couples that have tried to work through it typically wind up in divorce within 6 months of the betrayal.

If you are doing it for attention, then sit down with your significant other for a much-needed talk. They might not be giving you the attention you need but flirting, texting, or cyber flirting is not acceptable behavior in any country . Use examples and be honest with yourself and your partner, you need to be honest and open in order to make a difference.

If they give you plenty of attention, you may have a deeper self-esteem issue you need to clear up. You don’t need acceptance from everyone you see to know you are a decent person.

Really consider your partner’s feelings in all of this. You already have someone who cares about you and knows you better than most people under the sun. Flirting with other people will ruin all of that.   Is risking history with your partner really worth it?