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He really said that???

Monday, September 09, 2013

Wow time to vent.

Have you ever sat back and truly listened to your husband or wife and just what they think you relationship entails. Well I got a true kick in the teeth today by phone. I am so frustrated I could scream but what good is it going to do. I know the last few years have not been our best but boy he went low in saying the only thing we do together is physical and not the gym. His undertone was and not even that too often which I must admit is true.

Tears are stinging their way towards my eyelids. Maybe I should just let them flow. They say crying is helpful sometimes.

Need to find a way to approach my hubby about this too that isn't going to further upset the place we obviously are in.

Sorry to those that read my blog. Kind of a bummer one. Heres hoping to the next few days being brighter in mind spirit and body.

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KSGAMMA 9/16/2013 7:43PM

    I think we all experience something similar from a love one at some point in time. The advice you've been given to have that cry and to talk to your husband is good. Just make sure he's really paying attention. My husband, I recently discovered, has mastered looking interested and attentive but has no idea what I'm saying because he's not listening! It's funny how we go along thinking everything is fine and wham! I guess we aren't paying close enough attention either, eh?

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FLORIDAGHOST 9/16/2013 12:56PM

    emoticon I know I can't help and you don't want the help anyway as you stated you were venting. I'm sorry you are hurting right now and I hope you can find a way to make it better. It seems like nothing is as bad as our truest friends hurting us, but I think when mine hurts me, it's because he's hurting, too.

Going through basically the same thing so know what you are feeling.

Hope it changes to the best for you real quick. emoticon

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OHANAMAMA 9/10/2013 2:33PM

    emoticon and definitely let the tears flow... fully and loudly if you can because tears are truly a release.

Then definitely talk. communication is pretty much the most important thing in a relationship. Yeah Yeah... love is great too, but that alone doesn't keep a marriage strong.

TALK.

I'm thinking of you! emoticon

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BEANIES_MOM 9/10/2013 4:36AM

    emoticon I'm so sorry you are hurting.

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JUSTME29 9/9/2013 9:47PM

    All I can offer are virtual hugs and moral support. I'm sorry you're suffering.

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KIWIANN 9/9/2013 9:42PM

    I think that you are absolutely right about the tears being helpful - let yourself have a good, cleansing cry and you may find that you see the situation a little more clearly and be better able to find the solution you need. Sending my love and support your way! emoticon

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MORTICIAADDAMS 9/9/2013 8:10PM

    Wow, is right. I wish I knew what to say to help you make this better. Looks like you two had better find a way to meet on common ground. Find something that the two of you can do together that you find mutually enjoyable. A romantic getaway with a theme? I have faith in you that you can fix this emoticon .

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STUFFNEARTABOR 9/9/2013 6:54PM

    So sorry for your pain. I hope you find your way to a better place.

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MOTTAMAMALOU 9/9/2013 6:52PM

    ROOTIN' for your marriage. emoticon

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LEXONE 9/9/2013 6:46PM

    I feel your pain, I to have a rocky marriage at times, life can be devastating at times,saying prayers for you and your family for peace and comfort.

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RENATA144 9/9/2013 6:42PM

  This is a good forum because you will get a lot of Love & encouragement from our Sparkfriends.
Go watch on YOUTUBE- Tony Robbins Love & Passion. Tony gave this couple therapy & in less than a half hour helped them to air their grievances, identifying their problems & then he helped them heal their relationship & save their marriage. I believe that if you and your husband watch this brief video together that it will help you get to the root of your problems & help you both learn how to communicate & save your marriage. emoticon emoticon

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