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Sarah Mills thanked spunky monkey's answer

Hay anonymous I ain't married but it should go both ways. Treat each other with respect and share everything with each other and just be honest and trust each other and your marriage will work out . Hope this helps u. :)

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Sarah Mills thanked Angela Anthony's answer

So you're saying he takes your money, pools it with his, and pays the bills, and you have no money except what he gives to you? You have to ask him if you want to buy something that you need? Well my friend, been there done that for waaaay too many years. That's a "control" … Read more

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Sarah Mills thanked missie diannat's answer

Live life at the moment. What happened in the past happened already. Even if you don't get along with them or they don't want to give an apology, at the end you guys are still walking with the same blood line inside your veins. It's going to be hard but don't let that hold you … Read more

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Sarah Mills thanked Taylor Brookes' answer

I agree with both of the other answers. This is a big decision so don't just think 'okay, this isn't working, I'm outta here' at the first sign of trouble. You should think this through. I think that counselling might help you to either fix the problems, or it will prove that the relationship won't … Read more

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Sarah Mills thanked Anonymous' answer

Questions like this are rarely ever a yes or no question, I'm guessing there are quite a few factors and considerations that will affect your decision.

The only useful thing I can think of saying is that many people struggle with their relationships after a few years. Just watch out, because nothing is ever "exciting" for … Read more

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Sarah Mills thanked Anon ymous' answer

Every relationship has its own problem. If you love him, face it. If you're not gonna fight for your relationship maybe you're not in love him that much. Ask your heart.