this one was a little easier. You know how many times you’ve heard or seen someone say, “if I could just get a divorce, I wouldn’t have any problems”? I like to think I’ve said that to the same person twice. The reason for that is because the truth is, if you can get a divorce, you’re going to have to deal with all the baggage that you’ve accumulated in life.
If youve ever heard of “baggage,” the word you should watch for is “baggage.” Baggage is whatever youve accumulated over the course of your life. Whether it is a lot of money, a house, a car, a credit card, a credit rating, or even a new pair of shoes, if youve accumulated it over the years you’ll probably spend it all and its not going to go away.
And since everything has been accumulating, if youre going to get rid of it all, you will have to deal with it. And since youre going to have to deal with it, you probably dont want to go through the trouble of getting divorced.
While I dont want to get into a whole thing about why people are prone to divorce, I feel like there are a few reasons that come to mind when it comes to Baggage. One is that it is a way of life. This is true even if youve accumulated a lot of it. It’s the way people live their lives. That is why it is hard to think about going through divorce.
Baggage is a way of life. It is a set of behaviours that is inherent to the way people think and behave. It isnt a way you can change but it can make things more difficult. Just because the Baggage you have doesn’t make it better, that doesnt mean you shouldnt try to minimize the amount of it you have.
Some people have Baggage. Some people have Baggage. But most people do NOT have Baggage. Yet, it is hard to change, and when you feel as if you have Baggage, it can make things harder to get rid of.
I know it’s a topic that gets a lot of people freaked out, but is it true that the majority of couples in marriages have trouble getting rid of Baggage? Yes, it sure is.
This topic has been well discussed on this blog, in the comments sections of other blogs, and by many of my closest friends. But I have never seen any solid evidence that there is a “majority” of people who have Baggage. In fact, I have found that the majority of couples I know who are married have less Baggage, because the Baggage is a matter of personal preference.
I have never seen any real statistics about the Baggage, so we can’t say for sure what percentage of people who have Baggage have it. But the fact is, it’s not a matter of personal preference and therefore there is usually no way to get rid of it. The most common reason people give for not having Baggage is because they’re too busy.
People usually don’t have Baggage because they don’t have the time or have the means to deal with it. In fact, if you’re like me, you probably don’t even believe you have Baggage. But its true, you gotta have Baggage if you have a relationship with someone who’s a lot like you.