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orchidman wrote: »
However, the realist in me would like to say that after you have given your 'all' to try to resolve things, if it doesn't work out, there will come a time where you will have to consider 'moving on'. I hope and pray it doesn't come to that...............but if it does, do everything in your power to act honourably etc so that you part amicably.
NCFUBAR wrote: »
the Man Upstairs will help you steer around the potholes and get back on track :angel2:
zorba wrote: »
Well guys, I'm not going to claim "victory" or anything - but at this particular moment in time, it looks like a corner has been turned for the better...
Time will tell...
I'm sure all the prayers have had something to do with it!
Thank you from the bottom of my heart. You guys are great.
zorba wrote: »
For the moment - we're doing the "painful exploration of communication thing" right now...
Men speak in literal, while women speak in symbolism and innuendo. I don't presume to completely understand it, but I get it well enough now. I also made it very clear, early on, that I don't mean any thing by what I say, I mean what I say.
cpj wrote: »
I made it very clear before we got married (or slightly after, it's been a bit) that I do not take hints, period. If you want to do ______, then TELL ME to do _____!
Yeah, ask me how that worked out.
I still follow that rule though. And get accused of being an ass because of it.
TrueTone911 wrote: »
I'm guessing the distance was a factor. My wife and I rarely wind up on opposite sides on an issue, but when we do, being apart only makes it worse.
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