Main Entry: desÃ‚Â·perÃ‚Â·ate
Etymology: Latin desperatus, past participle of desperare
Date: 15th century
1 a : having lost hope b : giving no ground for hope
2 a : moved by despair b : involving or employing extreme measures in an attempt to escape defeat or frustration
3 : suffering extreme need or anxiety
4 : involving extreme danger or possible disaster
5 : of extreme intensity
6 : shocking, outrageous
synonyms see despondent
Main Entry: houseÃ‚Â·wife
Date: 13th century
1 : a married woman in charge of a household
2 : a pocket-size container for small articles (as thread)
In the name of continuing the flow of quality and insightful content, today we are going to discuss a matter that is sure to be of interest to many of our viewers.
For reasons that I cannot say, there appears to be a large amount of interest in the subject of the lifestyle of housewives in America, whether real, desperate or both, as a few of the reality shows that actually have shown to garner high ratings are based on this particular subject.
As for a credible answer to the question of why housewives are desperate, if in fact they truly are, while I may have my ideas, in all honesty, I dont really know as, I am not a housewife, nor am I desperate.
Focusing on what I am, which is real, and a solutions provider, this entry is simply the opening up of an investigation on the subject matter in question in hopes of providing effective solutions and remedies for those who may feel that desperate as a housewife is not a desirable state of being.
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A different perspective to consider.
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