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No ...i wont marry anyone, "..but his heart is cold ...."

Maybe a work contract ..no marriage contract ...
Just reading between the lines, you are unhappy the way your marriage ended, but you don't feel you are at fault. Just no one could see your point of view. You want your next involvement with a women to be a work contract. Where you will put your point of view what you want and when the women signs it you have her where you want her.

So you are looking for a woman who will accept there is only one way, your way. Any woman who agrees to that, has another agenda.

You have been warned.
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Never tell a woman they are stunning ...your on the back foot straight away...
Wow, I can't believe you're getting divorced...how did that happen? The mind boggles....

However, on a more serious note - not all women are bitches. Whatever bad experience you might have had, don't take it out on the rest of the women in the world. If you really wanted a housekeeper, she wouldn't have to be 'in her 20's'. Sorry but this all sounds so sleazy.... I hope there isn't a girl out there who gets sucked into this arrangement you're proposing.

Save your 400chf a month (again...wow.) and try to be independent and look after yourself.

I think a lot of this is coming from a broken heart and you're probably very hurt underneath it all (just reading between the lines). It's easier to be angry than hurt afterall.
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Wow, I can't believe you're getting divorced...how did that happen? The mind boggles....

However, on a more serious note - not all women are bitches. Whatever bad experience you might have had, don't take it out on the rest of the women in the world. If you really wanted a housekeeper, she wouldn't have to be 'in her 20's'. Sorry but this all sounds so sleazy.... I hope there isn't a girl out there who gets sucked into this arrangement you're proposing.

Save your 400chf a month (again...wow.) and try to be independent and look after yourself.

I think a lot of this is coming from a broken heart and you're probably very hurt underneath it all (just reading between the lines). It's easier to be angry than hurt afterall.
Very graciously said!
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Wow, I can't believe you're getting divorced...how did that happen? The mind boggles....

However, on a more serious note - not all women are bitches. Whatever bad experience you might have had, don't take it out on the rest of the women in the world. If you really wanted a housekeeper, she wouldn't have to be 'in her 20's'. Sorry but this all sounds so sleazy.... I hope there isn't a girl out there who gets sucked into this arrangement you're proposing.

Save your 400chf a month (again...wow.) and try to be independent and look after yourself.

I think a lot of this is coming from a broken heart and you're probably very hurt underneath it all (just reading between the lines). It's easier to be angry than hurt afterall.
Though a working proposal like this should make someone run as fast as she can, I have the impression there are girls out there who could be trapped into this kind of arrangement, though most surely for more money.
Then it turns out the "employer" has other agenda too, but it is too late. And this b""""""ds could even get away with this, because people here ask themselves if they can report a smoking crime...
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Just reading between the lines, you are unhappy the way your marriage ended, but you don't feel you are at fault. Just no one could see your point of view. You want your next involvement with a women to be a work contract. Where you will put your point of view what you want and when the women signs it you have her where you want her.

So you are looking for a woman who will accept there is only one way, your way. Any woman who agrees to that, has another agenda.

You have been warned.
No i just use women as play things from now on forward.
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Very graciously said!
Yes indeed - and with that I think we can close this thread. Whatever kernel of earnestness may have been present in the original question has been more than adequately addressed by now.
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