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10 thoughts on “Get Out From Underneath”

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  2. LOL…this comes a little to late for me…But I agree…We need to teach our girls, that no matter what, they are just as important, their dreams, their aspirations…To be in a relationship, a healthy loving relationship, means NOT giving up any part of yourself.

    .-= Dawn´s last blog ..Remembering Why… =-.

  3. I agree, when I got pregnet i dropped out of cosmotolgy school, and was finacially supportive on hubby and still am. Lately I have been doing some blog stuff and it really helps for the little things.
    My mothe always told me to never rely on a man to take care of you, because you never know when he’ll walk out the door.
    .-= Brandy´s last blog ..Blogging vs Parenting =-.

  4. What a clever girl you are! 10 points – again!
    “truth is you never know” – that’s it. We don’t KNOW. We want to believe but that’s not knowing.

  5. What a great reminder to women to take control of their lives! My husband also makes the most money in our household, but I am definitely financially independent, both with my own job and a separate bank account (with his blessing, of course!). You never know when tragedy will befall you, and it never hurts to be self-sufficient!

    .-= Elizabeth´s last blog ..Truthful Tuesdays– Ghost Stories… =-.

  6. It is great that you are so positive in your outlook of life. I too believe that it is important to be self-sufficient with the current economic conditions it isn’t safe to rely too much on a single income for the family.

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