Thats because you live in America, where everyone puts their personal pleasure ahead of their duty and responsibility.Originally posted by syracusa,
Again, sweet old sweeping statements, stereotypes and generalization - in the castille tradition and the "Cindarella" story.
Hate to break it to you, but in reality it doesn't quite play out that way.
Like I said, when you are poor and do not possess the ability to make your fortune, your children are your hope. Would you rather doom your children to a generation of starvation when you could give them a better life, at the expense of a little "love"? (and does love matter if you are living in poverty?)In traditional countries like yours, where divorce is still a no-no, the poor party...well, she/he learns to put up with all that. But harmony and happiness? Less likely.
Not necessarily. Money doesn't make one happy.The most harmony and happiness comes out of marriages where both are rich.