Love is important, but is it really everything?

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  11. Now don't tell me that a woman who recognizes those signs somehow brought it on herself. If you think that, I have a nice bridge for sale cheap.
  13. I take responsibility for how I treat my husband. He's not an abuser. I don't obey him. I talk back. I tell him off when I think he's wrong. But I treat him as a human being with intrinsic worth. And he knows I love him.
  15. If either party isn't doing that, it's not fair to cast blame on the one who is being attacked.
  17. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2004 Dec 6 - 02:04 | reply to this comment
  18. You are so Right Romantic Reality
  19. It is true about a marriage being passonate and exciting. Hell I can be miserable all by myself.
  21. by a Taken In Hand reader on 2005 May 7 - 05:50 | reply to this comment
  22. Fear and Trust
  23. The other night, my man put his hand around the back of my neck, pushed me to my knees and bent me over the bed. I had NO idea what he was planning to do to me and yes, I was scared. However, I know he wouldn't hurt me, I trust him and I trusted him enough that though I was afraid of what was going to happen, I never once asked and it made me so hot it wasn't even funny. So, yes, I would say fear and trust can exist together. I would even venture a little farther to say that I also think that trusting someone as much as you have to trust someone in a relationship like this could in and of itself cause a certain level of fear for anyone because you're so vulnerable.

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