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STRAWBERRY LETTER - I KNEW BETTER, BUT I DID IT ANYWAY

 
STRAWBERRY LETTER - I KNEW BETTER, BUT I DID IT ANYWAY

Dear Steve and The Steve Harvey Morning Crew, I am a woman in her late 30s married to a man in his early 40s that I have known since high school and love dearly. We get along great, we have fun together, our families mesh well and we have one child together. However, he isn't doing anything with his life. He's not working, not going to school, not motivated and I saw this before I got pregnant. I knew it before we got married. And that's my problem. I married him for several reasons. I married him because I love him. I married him because I got pregnant. But if I'm really being honest, I married him because I was tired of being lonely and my blinders told me he would change ... for me. I knew better, but I did it anyway. Fast forward a few years and we're still in the same situation. I know I took the vows for better or worse and I honor them everyday. We've gone to counseling, but he isn't going to change. He is who he is but I don't want to give up on my marriage and break my vows, but my question is this: How long do I honor those vows after I've come to my senses and realized that this marriage was a mistake? How long do I carry this load knowing that it's never going to lighten? Sincerely, Hard-Headed

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