In the words of Celine Dion, "You'll make a good girl crazy if you don't treat her like a lady."
Somehow there is a most likely a man to blame for what this lady has done. Seriously.
This is a slight departure from my usual "knitting and babies" content but I can't stop thinking about this crazy story. Having recently been single in the adult world... as in, post-divorce with children... I know what it's like to be out there. Outside of a comfy little life at home, unaware of some of the realities of Mars/Venus relationships. Lack of a "comfy little life at home" is a good part of the reason I got divorced. This lady is married with children but who knows what her life is really like.
Men refer to some women as psychotic but really - REALLY - the way men treat women in society, and the way so many females are raised with low self esteem and zero self worth, it's amazing there aren't more stories like this in the world. There ARE more stories like this but the women aren't astronauts! This can happen to ANY female no matter her education level or role in society. I mostly blame it on the inability of men to think outside of themselves and their "parts".
Of course there are exceptions. My own husband. My son. My brother Josh. That's the list. That's the end of the list. heh Er... and maybe a few of the male knit bloggers I know of... but really, I don't know you in person so you're falling into the melting pot of men. Well, okay... Smith and Dale are exceptions too. But that's it. That's the list. Well, okay... David and Moose. But that's all. No more. All right. There probably are more but I'm done linking.
Men, be nice to women. All women. It prevents all kinds of problems. The emotional problems of women goes so much deeper than that but really... REALLY... be good to your daughters. Your sisters. Your wives. Your girlfriends. The cashier girl at the grocery store. Stop buying p0rn. Stop thinking with your parts. Somehow I know a man can be blamed for that lady's behavior. Ultimately she made poor choices and she's responsible for her own actions. But. You know what I'm saying.