I Love You W/O Submission, Why I love my husbandNov 15, 2003 Write an essay on this topic.
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This is part of the "I love you" w/o hosted by JENNI1396, I am very late in submitting this and I am very sorry, but I have had a series of strange things happen to over the last week, so I am trying to get caught up with everything now. Please see the bottom of the review for the other wonderful writers who participated in this write off. And thank you to Jenni for sponsoring this write off.
Why I Love My Husband
If anyone ever asked me what song I would say best describes my relationship with my husband I would have to say Shania Twains Still the One. We have been married for 14 years we have been together for 18. And we are still very much in love. I still have moments when I look at him and I am overwhelmed with feelings. So he is still the one I run to the one that I belong to, and the one that I want for life. And he is still the one I kiss goodnight.
We have managed to stay together when just about everyone we know has gotten divorced including my parents. Its funny because we met when we were relatively young. He was 19 and I was 20. We were both so jealous we used to have long hard passionate fights and then we would be all lovey dovey a short while later. Everyone thought this was so funny. They never thought that we would make it. And back then there were times when I am sure that both he and I thought that to. But, those kinds of feelings never lasted.
The fact is that we have come into adult hood together and it didnt separate us like it does many people. We have matured and changed but, we still love each other as much as we did when we were young. We have both accepted our changes. We know that we are not meant to be young and beautiful our whole lives. If you are looking for a mate based on the physical you are in big trouble because that disappears. If you are lucky enough to live a long life you better like what is inside of that person you are choosing for life. I am not saying that the initial physical attraction shouldnt be there of course it should, but your relationship had better go way deeper than that if you want to be together for life. I know and accept that some day he will have almost no hair, and he knows that some day my boobs will be down to my knees. And thats ok because we will be going through these things together.
We still have passionate fights, not very often but, just enough. But usually when we have a fight we spend a lot of time talking about what started the fight in the first place. That is one way that we stay connected to each other, a way of finding out what is changing or not changing in your partner and in your relationship.
We spend many nights after the kids go to bed just talking and laughing. We talk about everything and everybody. Dont tell a happily married person a secret unless you are ok with their spouse knowing it too. We have pretty much let our friends know that if you tell one of us the other of is going to know, most of the time that is fine with everyone.
Things have not always been perfect with us. Six years ago, I had some problems with spending and credit addiction, that I tried to hide from my husband. I learned from the whole experience with debt and lying about debt that no relationship can be complete if you keep secrets from your partner. When you keep secrets you hide a large part of yourself. And I never wish to put a wall like that between us again. Through love, strength and forgiveness we have worked through this part of our lives. It was not easy but if you truly love someone it is possible to change if something you are doing is hurting them.
My husband and I have been through a lot together. Deaths of close loved ones, divorces of family members and friends, being broke, and in debt. But it is our strength and our love for one another that has pulled us through all of these things, and I feel that our already rock solid marriage gets stronger every year. I truly believe we have something rare, and thank God every day that he gave me the gift of true love. If my husband or myself died tomorrow I would be so thankful for having been given this gift because so many people never receive it or dont really seem to realize what they have if they have been given it.
I love him because he has always been honest, and caring, and not just to me. If you are fortunate enough to be someone who is important in his life, he will always be there for you in time of need. Everyone who knows him well will tell you this about him. He is also extremely responsible and when people have problems they come to him and he will help, as will I. I love the way he loves our children, I love it when he plays with them, and cuddles them and kisses them. I love the way he always kisses me goodbye right before he leaves in the morning and the way he always kisses me as soon as he comes home from work. I love the fact that he is a worry wort and is over protective of the kids and I, and even the dog for that matter. Sometimes this can be a pain in the butt, but how can you not love a man who worries so much about you. I also love how he
has grown and matured over the years. Most of all I love the way he loves me.
Looks like weve made it, look how far weve come my baby.
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