February 16, 2012
By JEFFARAH GIBSON
Tribune Features Writer
WHEN Johnathan* and his wife first met, it was her "tell it like it is" attitude he found most appealing. Unfortunately it was this same character trait he later grew to despise.
"I use to be embarrassed almost every time she opened her mouth. She was bossy, rude to people most of the time. I always thought that attitude is not necessary. There was nothing good about it. She was inappropriate and that way about her got underneath my skin," he said.
Jonathan is not the only married person to feel this way toward their spouse. Susan's marriage did not work with her ex-husband because they were "unequally yoked".
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News date : 02/16/2012 Category : Tribune Stories