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Best Answer Sima Ballinger says
Beautiful response, treasuresofheaven. Your insights display true experience gained from this mystery we call marriage. Thank you for answering.
Edward J. Palumbo says
Absolutely, Edward, it is trust that binds a relationship. Thanks for answering.
Justin McLean says
Yes, emotional manipulation is a form of abuse that can be subtle but damaging. Thanks for answering, Justin.
Very true, dashingscorpio. Sometimes it's over before the explosion occurs. Thank you for your answer.
Ritu Temptor says
Indeed, you have listed the big ones, temptor94, all of which encompass deception. Thanks for answering.
Poppy Reid says
Excellent insight, poppyr. Outside of repeated infidelity and domestic violence, most relationships are worth fixing. I think people don't fully commit to getting through the dry times. Thank you for your answer.
Devika Primić says
Broken trust and cheating seem to be the consensus with most, DDE. The result is almost always a feeling of disrespect which can lead to a loss of dignity in one's self. Not worth it. Thank you for your answer.
Emunah La Paz says
"Repeat" offense is the operative word here, swilliams. I agree wholeheartedly. The first time can be seen as a mistake that you both choose to work through and understand why it happened. The second time . . .outta here! Thanks for answering.
Penny Godfirnon says
Most definitely, Penny G, thank you for your answer.
I appreciate your different perspectives, Paula. It does depend on the type of relationship and what you've invested. Thank you for answering.
Cortney Richards says
Yes, Coco, it can be the beginning of a pattern. Thanks for your answer.