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marnief marnief 18-21, F 10 Answers May 31, 2011

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I must be a little slow understanding the question. I have been under the impression that virtually every marriage runs into snags that often make one or both voice a desire to give up. It's happened in ours, but -- well, maybe it's because the committment was a real thing back then, I don't know. But folks work their way through it and, in doing so in a loving and giving manner the marriage and the love become stronger. Well, that's our experience. I may have gone too far in judging other successful marriages by ours.<br />
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When I say "in a loving and giving manner" I mean you. It's my experience that if either shows genuine love and willingness the other comes around to the same thing.

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If you want to know if it's possible, then yes it is possible. It can get worse or better, it all depends on how you make it out to be. I have worked with couples where one person had an affair. The relationship over time improved because they realized how valuable they were to each other. <br />
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Sometimes we make mistakes, don't throw a relationship away without giving it a chance. If you both work on this together, then it's possible. If only one is persistent then it won't work.<br />
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Communication is imperative, read my blog on communication and see if this helps. Without this skill, there is little hope of a satisfying and joyful relationship. Ninety eight percent of relationships that fail is because we are not taught communication skills. Do yourself a favor, learn how to communicate, and you will see how things will improve. <br />
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Good luck<br />
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Tony

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Yea they need to just hook up to **** sound like they are good in bed and bad in relationships if the sex real good it can make You insecure

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of course, at least once, if they both want the same thing. unless you believe "love means never having to say youre sorry".

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The simple answer is NO.<br />
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Either of you deciding to leave is a bad sign right there. It means that something isn't good enough to keep the relationship going. If the one who decided to leave decides later to come back, then the reason is most likely to use the other person for something.<br />
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For example, let's say that you are reasonably wealthy and she was the one who chose to leave you. She soon discovers that she misses that way of life. She'll naturally want to come back to you to have that life back. The relationship hasn't changed in her mind, but she'll play along and seem to be more loving and tolerant than before. This is only a smoke screen. She might be planning to steal it all from you. She might learn to forge your signature on checks to clean you out before she leaves you again.<br />
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I'd say be friends, nothing more except maybe friends with benefits.

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i would just go my seprate way. :)

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Yes they can if their live was strong

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