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#1 of 2 Old 04-05-2010, 11:36 AM - Thread Starter
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I have a question regarding my husband and I. We had a very hard time last year and things are much better. Do you see us staying together? I do love him and we have a great family together. We have been through so much I get scared that our relationship will never be whole again.
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I do think that you will be whole again. I see things as bumpy for awhile longer though. There is definitely a sense of needing to rebuild some trust. The trust I'm speaking of is trusting each other to be kind to one another. Trusting that you won't just continue to constantly tear one another down. Being able to trust your feelings, your deepest thoughts and desires with one another. That is the kind of trust you are rebuilding. And you will get there. But don't expect it to be all at once. It's going to take some time. You both took some time to start tearing each other down, so now it will take some time to build each other back up. It will be worth it. You are so do have a great family.

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