BJ'S BLOG 02/21/13 "Guilt Trip"
Last week, we received an email from a Rock-A-Holic who was getting made fun of by his coworkers for his Valentine’s Day plans.
When he was discussing his Valentine’s Days plans with his wife to his mother, she became really sad and feeling guilty, James invited her to join him and his wife.
His wife said she didn’t mind but when he told his co-workers, they said that it was a guise and that she doesn’t want her mother-in-law ruining her date.
He explains that his mother is a single 65-year-old who says she doesn’t want a relationship but complains all the time about being single.
One thing I’ve noticed in life is when that the older a woman gets, the more she needs a good partner in her life to help her get through the changes she will experience.
There is a lot that goes on hormonally, the kids leave the nest, and some women really need someone strong to help them get through that.
It’s the same things with young guys; my wife helped me through my tough times when I was younger and now I get to do the same for her.
James’s mother really needs to find someone else to lean on instead of guilt tripping her son whenever she is feeling lonely. Some women think that when they feel pain, they are allowed to do whatever they want in order to not be in pain including hurting others so they can feel what they feel.
His mom really needs to find someone that is strong enough to help her through this portion of her life, and leave her son to his own life with his wife.