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 Post subject: Re: Observations on WM/FSUW Marriage Failures
Post Number:#31  PostPosted: 17 Apr 2011 07:24 
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There must be 2 for a tango. By this I mean a relationship needs work for both partners. When one of these fail, the relationship fails. I would tend to say the largest single reason to why a tango goes solo, is that its easy to be-on-love and say I-do, but when the daily routine comes around the romance hits the road.

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A very astute and accurate observation.

My tuppence worth.

Any relationship is hard work and requires understanding, maintenance and repairs.

Throw in the odd bit of cultural differences, adapting to life in a foreign country and the need for understanding, maintenance and repairs grows, anybody that fails to understand that will find that they are heading for the rocks.

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 Post subject: Re: Observations on WM/FSUW Marriage Failures
Post Number:#32  PostPosted: 17 Apr 2011 07:37 
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viking wrote:
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There must be 2 for a tango. By this I mean a relationship needs work for both partners. When one of these fail, the relationship fails. I would tend to say the largest single reason to why a tango goes solo, is that its easy to be-on-love and say I-do, but when the daily routine comes around the romance hits the road.

Marriage is a work in process and both partners have to work at it on a daily basis. If you think by getting married you can now relax...... then you are wrong. Taking your eye of the board/target, soon you will realise the relationship can go very wrong ...... and if rot starts building on your relationship..... then as you say the tango goes solo.

It's like riding a tandem bike.......... [wink.gif]

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 Post subject: Re: Observations on WM/FSUW Marriage Failures
Post Number:#  PostPosted: 18 Oct 2012 16:18 
I never thought I would be posting from experience... but I would like to say that I lost the trust and respect of V..

Once that is gone...


  
 
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Post Number:#34  PostPosted: 19 Oct 2012 06:30 
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Agree with you that trust and respect is the most important in a relationship and once that gone then the end is not far!

Shame I have to say... to hear your personal experience and I have to admit that a relationship with a Russian woman is not an easy one, due to culture differencies and anybody who says that they have no problems...then he is deluting himself.

Touch wood ours is still going strong despite that I am an old difficult bagger! [wink.gif]

Wish you the best for future. [thumbs.gif]

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Post Number:#35  PostPosted: 19 Oct 2012 20:12 
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Sorry to hear it Moby.

I have met the both of you and it seems like life just dealt you a totally rotten card.

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Post Number:#36  PostPosted: 20 Oct 2012 14:48 
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Sorry to hear the bad news. [sad.gif]

Keep your chin up and life goes on.

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Post Number:#  PostPosted: 24 Oct 2012 08:07 
Thanks gents..I probably do not deserve such kindness...humbled..!


  
 
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We may have different of opinions in many things ..... but I do not think any of us will want to wish to anybody, including you..... such an end to a long term relationship that started with so many hopes for the future.

No need to apportion blame..... takes two to tango, as they say.... and who knows what may happen round the corner.

Everybody is entitled to little happiness!

Chin up, upward and onwards! [thumbs.gif]

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Thanks gents..I probably do not deserve such kindness...humbled..!

The games we play and things we say online are mainly our playground.
Regardless of any differences, I would never have wished you anything bad in real life, so its always sad to hear.

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 Post subject: Re: Observations on WM/FSUW Marriage Failures
Post Number:#  PostPosted: 25 Oct 2012 12:22 
Playground...quite ...

BTW all is OK with me...it is just how it can effect the boys rights that is the issue..

Never expected to be here..never expected to find someone else, either...All the crap of the last year seems to be repaying itself in spades....Just what them sorted


  
 
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