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What does bringing home the bacon do for your Man?
Does it make him;
poke out his chest
smile from ear to ear
let out a sigh
for all the house to hear
or
does it make him cower in the corner
make steam rise off his head
get him depressed and all to
where he just stays in the bed

  What does bringing home the bacon do for your Man?
does it make him lazy
mean and just plain undesireable
when you bring home the bacon
is your man the fire under the pan?




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      Leadinladytracy wrote Dec 24, 2008
    • For my husband it makes him feel that he is able to provide for his family. When things are slow and our bills get tight, he gets very stressed. He is determined to be a great provider and that is why he works so hard.  

      When I bring home the bacon, he is not intimitated. Thank God because some men are! Working in corporate for 25 years in management I do have a decent salary.



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      Jacquie6363 wrote Dec 24, 2008
    • My husband is a good provider and he makes sure that what needs to be done is done.  For him bringing home the bacon is a sense of accomplishment, wherein he can provide.  We work together in making sure we have it all done and taken care of.  I bring home more bacon that he does, and he still handles the bulk of the responsibility.  

      With God’s help, he makes it happen.



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      Vikki Hall wrote Dec 24, 2008
    • My husband loves the fact that I am not working and he is able to provide. Apparently he was emasculated when I was working. Even tho he said it didn’t bother him it did.



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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Dec 24, 2008
    • In a recent post you mentioned that you work several jobs and your husband only works for commission. So, you are the primary breadwinner. I don’t know if that’s hard for him or not but I know it’s difficult for you. I can’t believe the number of hours you work!  My heart goes out to you.

      Some men are comfortable with not earning much and some feel emasculated when their wife earns more.

      I’m still trying to figure my husband out. He makes more than enough to support two people and build for retirement yet sometimes I feel he resents me for not earning more than I do. Yet, he gets upset when I’m working a lot of hours and not very available for him when he has free time. It’s as if I’m supposed to taylor my schedule to align with his. Strange.

      I just hope your husband starts earning more and giving you an opportunity to take some time off.



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      Jacquie6363 wrote Dec 24, 2008
    • BB, don’t you didn’t...LOL, u just sayin



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