(Closed) the waiting in retrospect

posted 5 years ago in Waiting
Post # 3
Member
1404 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

@shaniqua:  Nothing good will come from holding a grudge. Let it go, forgive him for making you wait, move on and support your husband through this difficult time.

Post # 4
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3645 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2015

Him proposing so that you felt better would not have been good enough reason to do so.

I think you need to remember that if he had proposed before he was ready then he wouldn’t have loved the wedding (you would have been alone in that front) and your marriage wouldn’t be so good and full of the happiness that it has now.

He proposed when it was right for him and this has put you where you are today. It’s unfortunate that you both weren’t ready at the same time but sometimes that happens in relationship and the stronger person has to wait for the other. *hugs* You are a strong woman who stuck by her man as she waited for him to grow up with her and now that he is struggling you can show him empathy because you have seen hard times too.

Post # 5
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701 posts
Busy bee

@Everdeen:  i agree with both. holding resentment in your heart will poison the love you have. don’t let it fester. if it’s truly an issue, find copunselling, or write things down or do yoga. don’t let it destroy your marriage

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