and for those who are married...

@mykykko (424)
March 24, 2007 3:22am CST
love is not about "it's your fault" but "im sorry" not "where are you" but "i'm just right here" not "how could you" but "i understand" not "i wish you were" but "im thankful you are" i can't imagine how a couple can take this but im hoping many pairs are like this, because personaly my husband and i are opposite.and im considering divorse soon.
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@Naomi17 (624)
24 Mar 07
Really sorry your marriage isn't working! i have been married a long while, met hubby at 16 it was love at first kiss! of course we have had our share of arguments but it is the love for each other which keeps us together and he's my best friend we tell each other things i would never share we anyone else! He can also annoy the hell out of me and when he does i fly at him but we always resolve our differences because of our love for each other If you are considering devorce why not try marriage guidance first they helped a friend of mine get there marriage back on track! GOOD LUCK
• India
24 Mar 07
oh that your baby? i don wanna sound all grandma types..but the thing is..i grew up with my parents always fighting and virtually seperated but living in the same house...if urs is almost this sad as it may seem now..i bet divorce is the better option... but if u think u can work it out...try some councelling...wont u?