An Open Letter to Shitty Husbands, Vol. 9

It’s not very often over this past year with you here, my loyal readers, that I choose to reblog something. This is one such blog post worthy of sharing.

Matt is an incredibly honest writer. Whether or not you’ve ever been divorced, or even married; most of us, if we’ve ever found ourselves past the comfort zone and floundering somewhere in the complacency pool in a relationship, can at some point relate to the feelings he uncovers in this piece. He perfectly captures both sides of a relationship in meltdown mode.

Matt also mentions Seth Adam Smith in this piece. I absolutely love his take on all things marriage. Two of his blog pieces on the topic have gone viral, “Marriage Is Not For You” made him an overnight sensation last November, reaching more than 60 million views. And more recently, his views in his piece, “Forget About Feelings, Real Love Is A Deliberate Choice” is circulating around the internet once more.

These two men, both with different viewpoints on marriage, are equally hitting all the right notes. Marriage is important. It’s refreshing seeing two men starting the dialogue in such a raw and authentic way. Who says guys don’t want happily ever after too?
Give them both a read.
Seth’s site can be found here:

P.S. To leave you with a tiny teaser… you may start finding me popping up on one of Seth Adam Smith’s websites soon! Official introduction coming shortly… Stay tuned!

Must Be This Tall To Ride


Sometimes your wife cries in bed alone because she wants to hang out with you and you’d rather do anything else.

Don’t say you want to be with her. It’s a lie. You don’t. You like watching sports and playing video games and poker and going out with your guy friends and gambling and fishing and drinking and watching movies and TV shows more than you like hanging out with her.

Sometimes she sobs, broken and abandoned.

Because the knight on TV just saved the princess and is going to love her and protect her and make her orgasm every day, forever. Happily Ever After.

And you don’t even want to be in the same room as her. Maybe she’ll talk to you and ask you about your day. Maybe she’ll want to share details of her day.

But you don’t want to talk about it. You definitely don’t want…

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