Yes, my wife’s boss steals from me.
I know he is a rich man, but he values something I have (or had). My wife and I have been married for about four years now but we have no child.
Oh! Don’t feel bad for me.
I have had that already and I choose to look on the bright side now – my wife’s boss wants what should be mine.
I should be jealous of him.
My wife looks up to him at work and obeys everything he says. She does things for him that she finds very tasking to do for me. She is always up early every morning to ensure that her boss is satisfied with her work.
She prefers not to cook food that takes her time or strength except during weekends. She says it will affect her productivity at work. I should be hurt but I’m happy she is choosing productivity over liability.
This is why I love her and married her, and this is also why her boss hired her. What an irony of situation!
My wife’s boss enjoys the attention he gets – well, not him exactly but the job he hired her for – and he pays her well for it. To this effect, he expects consistent perfection from her which she delivers.
He increased her pay recently and now, her work has been made twice as much. Obviously, he doesn’t want her leaving and doesn’t want her replaced as well.
To make her more productive, he has sponsored over five professional courses taken outside the country. To make sure things are perfect for him at work, she has to oversee them as he trusts her judgment.
My wife is not my problem and her boss is not, either.
Honestly, I have no problem at all. I am a happy man. My wife is a productive career woman and it doesn’t matter how many chores she has to neglect to get better. I am her husband and I support her.
Her boss enjoys the attention I should be getting but it doesn’t bother me. I understand where he is coming from. He is paying greatly for her services and she has to deliver.
He likes her work and he wants her to remain in his company forever – if that is possible.
My wife’s boss steals from me and I am not bothered. Even if in the end, we can only have one child, or not have any at all, I will hold on to this satisfaction – I married my wife and I didn’t hold her back from achieving her goals.
Truly, my wife’s boss steals from me. She is currently in critical condition at the hospital.
A heart disease caused by excessive stress and worry – according to the doctor- is her case. She has six more months to live. No job to do for anybody but me.
That’s all I get to be with her without her boss calling her to know how far she has gone with a job she brought home from work.
I am a happy man. I used to ask for just one day with her, one weekend, one round of sex, one vacation to Miami, one date night,…
And now, I have six whole months to be with my wife. Her boss has left her for me. Another employee is now perfect to fit into that position he didn’t want anybody to take. I am laughing now.
At least, they won’t say I stopped my wife’s dreams because I was selfish. I have my own company and it pays me well enough to provide everything we need, or want in life but I couldn’t have asked my wife to stay back home.
And now, she is back home… with me.
If I get married again, I’d still let my wife work but I won’t have to say my wife’s boss steals from me. I will be her boss.