Some men are not good husbands

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Author: Bryan G. Stephens

Bryan G. Stephens is a former executive on a mission to transform the workplace. He is the founder and CEO of TalkForward, a consulting and training company, utilizing Bryan’s clinical and management expertise to develop managers and teams in a corporate environment. As a licensed therapist with strong understanding of developing human potential, he is dedicated to the development of Human Capital to meet the needs of leaders, managers, and employees in the 21st Century workplace. Bryan has an Executive MBA from Kennesaw State University, Coles School of Business, and both a Master’s and Bachelor’s degree in Psychology.

19 thoughts on “Some men are not good husbands”

  1. He’s a III, he has two Ivy League degrees, and he doesn’t have a blue check mark.

    Perhaps Jack Dorsey will give him that to which he is entitled.

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  2. With all the undue stress the brave and the tireless KC is undergoing right now, he is truly an “irredeemable.”

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  3. Can any one of us imagine treating a spouse this way?
    Oh I know from personal  experience that many households have this kind of bitter division now.  But Kellyanne is doing the most important job she’ll ever do, she’s at the pinnacle  of her career.  Can’t this gelub  just shut his pie hole in public?

    Really, it’s not like there aren’t plenty of other people to bash Trump.  His voice isn’t necessary to the general cacophony.

    I wish she’d divorce him.  Then anything he said could be written off as the kind of vitriol you always hear from divorcing couples.

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  4. Not to mention the example he is setting for his kids, especially his daughters. Girls have been inundated enough with nonsense about male behavior without living the propaganda in their own home.

    For shame.

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  5. Kellyanne won’t divorce him, she’s a devout catholic so divorce isn’t an option. However, all of this is a much worse look for George Conway then Kellyanne. Don’t wear your insecurities on your sleeve bud. What a weak, shell of a man. What did she ever see in him? some chicks just have bad pickers, I guess.

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  6. Mate De:
    What did she ever see in him? some chicks just have bad pickers, I guess.

    I don’t think one can ever predict what a spouse will do at an older age or under highly unusual circumstances. Because roles of men and women have changed so dramatically in the last 30 years, it takes a strong, flexible man who loves and most importantly… is proud of his wife’s accomplishments. I’m married to my biggest “cheerleader” so I’m beginning to sense what I once thought was de riguer may, in fact, be unusual.

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  7. Hypatia:
    Can any one of us imagine treating a spouse this way?
    Oh I know from personal  experience that many households have this kind of bitter division now.  But Kellyanne is doing the most important job she’ll ever do, she’s at the pinnacle  of her career.  Can’t this gelub  just shut his pie hole in public?

    Really, it’s not like there aren’t plenty of other people to bash Trump.  His voice isn’t necessary to the general cacophony.

    I wish she’d divorce him.  Then anything he said could be written off as the kind of vitriol you always hear from divorcing couples.

    I am sorry for George Conway; he has become attached to the fame he has won from insulting his wife’s employer.  That seems to me to be a spiritually corrosive situation.

    And, he is undermining his own marriage by whining in public that his wife has not quit her job as he wanted her to do.

    I am sorry most of all for the kids who have to live in this fishbowl.

    And I am angry at Leftist mass media who delight in destroying a family because the wife does great work for President Trump.   They are the Enemy of the People.

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  8. For what it’s worth MJB, I’ve always related to your open admiration of “Snooks.”

    You have apparently set the standard of the ideal union. Like!

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  9. Damocles:

    10 Cents:

    Jojo:
    Some men are not decent human beings.

    Recently I have been identifying as decent.

    Doesn’t count until you start identifying as a human being!

    That is beneath the dignity of my office. I am better than that.

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  10. EThompson:
    For what it’s worth MJB, I’ve always related to your open admiration of “Snooks.”

    You have apparently set the standard of the ideal union. Like!

    I just had to add this comment.:

    You once posted that Snooks was considering killing the cottonmouths in the garden but had decided to leave the ones living in the pond. I’ll never forget this post because as the world’s greatest herpetophobe, I was literally screaming “Say whaaat!!??”

    This comment was made so casually as if all women were perfectly comfortable engaging with deadly poisonous snakes.

    🙂

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  11. EThompson:

    EThompson:
    For what it’s worth MJB, I’ve always related to your open admiration of “Snooks.”

    You have apparently set the standard of the ideal union. Like!

    I just had to add this comment.:

    You once posted that Snooks was considering killing the cottonmouths in the garden but had decided to leave the ones living in the pond. I’ll never forget this post because as the world’s greatest herpetophobe, I was literally screaming “Say whaaat!!??”

    This comment was made so casually as if all women were perfectly comfortable engaging with deadly poisonous snakes.

    🙂

    Thanks;  I am very proud of Snooks.  She is my rib.

    She is a country girl; she grew up on a farm and understands the value of a good snake.

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