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I should have been a better woman and truly loved myself and him more
Kream19 Kream19 26-30, F 12 Answers Nov 9, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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I do not...I was good to my abusive husband even after the beatings for 21 years...Nothing I could have done to make it better...Don't beat yourself up sweetie move on and be happy

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That might have made a difference, but it does take 2 people to make or break a relationship in many cases.

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your also very right

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Thanks for BA.
I think you might be too hard on yourself .. but loving yourself is very important ... so I hope you're able to find that in your life. :)

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Your welcome and thank you for a truthful reminder that it takes two ;)

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Nope. I ended my first marriage, because he had moved from exposing himself in public to "communicating with minors for immoral purposes". In this second marriage, my husband is more crazy about me than ever, unfortunately it took him ten years to realize this and all of my once positive feelings for him have "fled the building".

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no.. if my ex's r not sex maniac it probably lasted.

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Nope. I regret nothing.

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We should regret our mistakes and learn from them, but we should never take them with us into the future.

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I wonder this everyday with all my relationships. But I've woke the **** up and I'll be doing it right the next time.....<br />
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next time...

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It's natural to over-analyze and retrace our every misstep of failed relationships. So think about it and learn for the next romantic encounter.

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your right

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Awww now now ladies...Don`t blame yourselves. Real love always stays and never leaves.

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true!!

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I feel like if I didn't have so many insecurities, some of my relationships would have lasted much longer.

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