Amidst other replies this mother got on the forum, eg. "Divorce him!", she also received the following reply from a professional psychoanalyst.
â€œ1. Your third child is a boy and him as a father possibly has had fantasies surrounding the relationship he would have with his son. It appears (most likely because your son is still very young) that you are living out your husbands fantasises, but he is not. This could make him somewhat jealous and insecure.
2.This is further emphasised through his remarks of saying your son is being like a girl when he cries for you. Your husband may be saying this for two reasons â€“ One being again he is not the first point of protection or comfort and two, he would feel somewhat left out of your special relationship.
3.With respect to your weight Iâ€™m not sure of the background to the comment, but if you yourself have mentioned weight loss in the past, then this might be a way of him trying to persuade you in a positive supportive light (although it might not come across that way).â€�
Psychoanalytic smackdown! Touche.
The flight from Nairobi to Istanbul made an emergency landing in Khartoum, Sudan, after passengers detected an wifi network that someone named "bomb on board."
Hazelle Teo's dance performance : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frgLIAgSD3Y
"I've been scaring my sister for over a year..."
1) born same day same month same year
2) in the same hospital
3) became mothers in the same year
5) same weight
6) same height
6) both have 1 daughter with same age
7) Jamie Yeo married DJ Glenn Ong then divorced, while Jaime Teo married DJ Daniel Ong then divorced
Once safe at their friend's house, Ferah broke down. She wasn't just trembling and crying, her entire body actually spasmed.
Hawker who Bullied Taxi Uncle Offers 100 Free Plates of Char Kway Teow to Taxi Drivers as Gesture of Repentance
International interracial couple WeTheKims' proposal to setup a business in Singapore kena rejected by Singapore's government :
After living in Singapore for a year, ang moh couple TheVintageVision shares their views on the Pros and Cons of living in Singapore :
[Singapore] - Poor primary 5 girl lives without proper water supply for a year
There is a lumpy Queen-size mattress stucked in the middle of the flat facing a small TV set and a stove lined up against the wall filled with maggi noodles and a row of eggs. A empty small mini fridge completed the bare rental flat.
â€œWe eat rice with just eggs and tomato ketchup,â€� Aisha confided in me referring to her daughterâ€™s obsession with ketchup. I told her that it is not a healthy diet and she nodded in agreement.
â€œShe is a very understanding child,â€� she reiterated this to me at least twice as I look at her young daughter seated nearby while we talked. She displays a positive demeanour and always is smiling though it could be a false front to hide her tumultous inner self.
I am sure that a meal at the Macdonald or KFC is a luxury for her.
In contrast, Nepalese medical Dr Sanduk Ruit, is truly a God of Sight, having personally surgically restored the sight of more than 100,000 blind people for free. The incredibly positive ethical karmic work of this one man, is crazy indescribable and nearly without peer.
"I started to scream like hell and struggle . He covered my mouth and asked me stop screaming. I listened to what he instructed and asked him â€˜what do you want, you want money?â€™ He replied â€˜I want you.â€™â€�
But to help you understand why there is such a cruel backlash, it's because 'real' K-pop artistes have to go through many years of vicious and merciless training, before a 'real' debut. In contrast, these Singaporean girls just go together and declared themselves a K-pop group, which rubbed millions of fans of 'real' K-pop artistes the wrong way. The Singaporean girls should have just called themselves an amateur girl group, without the (unnecessary or as the critics feel, pretentious) K-pop label. That was their mistake, but still certainly not one to warrant such cruelly insensitive criticisms.