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s/o to women who cry loving relationships

Anonymous
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The things you people come up with are worse than the writings of Charlaine Harris and Stephanie Meyers: "our bond is so strong and our love intertwined that I could never imagine another to replace my husband". I would really love to know how many of you are ACTUALLY in good relationships. Yes, I'm a bit of a pessimist, but I recognize that there are individuals who truly have found their "soulmate" or whatever you want to call it. But the people who feel the need to become so defensive about their home life make it difficult to believe that life has dropped them into a quaint little house with a husband who works diligently for his family, never, ever looks at porn, spends time with his children, and would never cheat.
I call BS. This is the internet, though, so I guess you can pretend to be whomever you want on here. I've probably done something similar, like say my husband is great on a day when I was seriously pissed at him, but I can't stand it when people use any type of social media to present this phony world to their friends as if this were some type of competition The winner is whomever can stay married the longest without marital issues and success in finding a partner with the same radical ideals as you.

I'm falling asleep, but I wanted to get that rant out there.
Posted by Anonymous on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:18 AM
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lidibolton
by on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:23 AM
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I love my SO he definitely is the most compatible man I've ever been with. that being said have we had issues damn straight and worked through them. I don't put out to my friends when we have severe issues since its none of their business and if we are having problems i personally feel that we should be able to work it out as a couple without friends from fb, people from the internet we don't know, co-workers, family, etc putting their 2 cents in. thats just how we roll though lol :)

Anonymous
by Anonymous - Original Poster on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:29 AM
and that's how I am. I hate seeing people argue with their bfs and complain about their relationship on Fb, only to recant later. What bugs me even more, however, is when people get dramatic and profess this great love when I know for a fact that they're on the verge of a divorce!

Quoting lidibolton:

I love my SO he definitely is the most compatible man I've ever been with. that being said have we had issues damn straight and worked through them. I don't put out to my friends when we have severe issues since its none of their business and if we are having problems i personally feel that we should be able to work it out as a couple without friends from fb, people from the internet we don't know, co-workers, family, etc putting their 2 cents in. thats just how we roll though lol :)

wirehangers
by on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:31 AM

My husband was so useless,I didn't even feel the need to replace him.There was no empty feeling after I threw him out.bouncing mom

SpiritedWitch
by Froggie on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:33 AM
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Well, mine would never cheat and he does look at porn b/c we both like it. Until he was disabled, he did work hard for me and our son. We have been through hell with the terminal illness and death of our only child and came out stronger on the other side. We have been together since I was 14, married when I was 15 and we will celebrate our 28th anniversary this year. 

Every marriage has it's ups and downs. Fights and make ups. It is what you do in between that is important. 

Amybelle
by AmyAzing on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:35 AM
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<--28 yrs Happily Married (together over 30) in love

Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:41 AM

My SO is actually amazing...to my standards. He's kind of fucking annoying sometimes, lol, but he is a wonderful man.

That said, I don't think I ever commented in a way such as in the example you provided, haha.

CrimsonRose01
by ~Cassandra~ on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:42 AM
Well, my husband isn't perfect, and neither am I. I'm not going to pretend we are. But, we're perfect for each other, and I don't feel he's replaceable. Yes, he pisses me off sometimes, but we still have a pretty great relationship.
Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:44 AM
My SO sucks. I thought he'd do better for hiself and for us but I've given up. I left a few hrs ago. I miss him but I can't handle it anymore
FL2AK
by on Jun. 13, 2013 at 1:46 AM
My husband doesn't like porn, he doesn't cheat and he is a great husband and father. He was a single dad when I met him. There are great guys out there, I know many. Try not to be so pessimistic.
Anonymous
by Anonymous on Jun. 13, 2013 at 2:10 AM

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This is how we are.
Yes, he does work hard. Right now he's been gone almost two weeks for work. Add it up, he's been working 3 weeks Straight, no day off, and most likey only have 2 days off out of 4. One will be Father's day(luckily) the other, he's going to take off to take me to get my wisdom teeth pulled and take care of kids etc if I'm not up to it.
We are both pretty laid back and know how to NOT push each other's buttons. We discuss important things.
No he has no need for porn, he may be gone from home but his "need for porn" is satisfied by ME.
But even if I Was mad at him(I can't remember the last time that happened) that is between us. It's not something that others need to hear about. I never bad mouth my DH, he's not deserving of it.
Oh and he is a great dad too, I could give instances on that but it would turn this into a novel...
There really are great relationships out there. I keep telling my friends this, they see it but its hard to find!
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