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Written by on 11/26/2016
but I will say, that when one person is willing to acknowledge the unhappiness of another person, and realizes it is something that the couple needs to work on together, there is always strong hope. Having been married twice myself, there’s times I wonder why my husband doesn’t “get” things that I see so clearly that didn’t work so well for me in my first marriage and I can see are occuring in this one. It can be very distressing (to me). Well, duh. These weren’t things that were/are important to him in his first marriage, nor are they important to him in ours. It’s when we both come to the realization that it’s something we need to address, and need to come to some sort of half way point together, that I see how much stronger our marriage becomes. It’s hard. The fact that your husband realizes this is a very important point to you and that he doesn’t want to give up on your marriage is good. Wonderful, in fact. Hopefully, this impasse will make your marriage stronger because it doesn’t sound as if this is something either of you want to loose, and you both realize this is a very important issue to you.
I think you could use a good hug (consider one sent from me to you), and a lot of prayers (consider that done by me as well).
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