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who has a great relationship(63 Posts)
i mostly read upsetting stories in this colum so lets have some nice ones
I have a great relationship with my dh. Yes, we have our tough times, but we always get through them.
I adore him, totally and utterly. Would never be without him.
I have a fantastic relationship with DH - love him to bits, and he ADORES me!
The occasional pregnancy rage may flare up, but he takes it in his stride, gives me a cuddle and then everything is ok again!
I HAVE THE BEST DH IN THE WORLD!
My DH an I have been married for 2.5 years and togather for 9 years....at the moment we seem to be going through another honeymoon period...wierd!
We just seem to appreciate each other more and, of course the shared delight and wonder at our 15mth DS makes us very proud........
So, cross fingers, alls well here at the moment!
I do! I have to keep pinching myself it's not a dream cos DH is fantastic. He always tells me he loves me and how gorgeous he thinks I am. We cuddle, talk, laugh together, enjoy the same things etc. We've been together for 5 years, married 8 months and expecting junior in September. I keep thinking there's no way I deserve him cos I was with an absolute b*stard for 14 years who physically & emotionally abused me for much of it (childhood sweethearts). I know how very lucky I am to have someone like him and I love him to pieces.
It is nice!!!
My Mom always says that the reason DH and I work so well is that we are always laughing...personality wise we are very different, he is the archetypal laid back Libran and I am, unfortunately the "flare up at the drop of a hat" drama queen Aries!
I have a great relationship. Even when we have a tough times it doesn't take us long to realise we are (usually) being trival and to focus on what really matters.
Last night I told him that I felt anxious, for no reason that I could put my finger on....dd a little unwell, work a bit difficult - he just cuddled up and chatted about the little fun/cute/clever things that out two dds had done over the past week....after a short while I felt better, fell asleep and woke feeling a lot happier. I think it is the little things like that a support for each other that matter.
Through all his vices, my boyf is lovely underneath it all
I also have a wonderful relationship with my mum, dad and brother thee days too.
My dh is my soulmate, my best friend and my world! He is always telling me how much in love with me he is and that he's the luckiest bloke on the planet. When we found out a few weeks ago that we are expecting our second baby, he bought me a really sweet card and here's what he wrote in it...
To my stunning wife, just a note to say how proud i am of you and how much i love you. You always make me happy when i am glum, feed me when i'm hungry and love me and our ds regardless. I'm so glad you're having our second baby.. all my love now and forever... dh xxx
Needless to say, the waterworks kicked in immediately and i just kept clinging to him wiping my snotty nose and panda eyes on his white t-shirt...
He's just brilliant.. and he's all mine!!
I wouldn't call it great - but it's one I want to keep. So it must be okay eh?
what a lovely idea this thread is, it's made me smile & think about how much i love my dp
he's the man i always dreamed of but thought didn't exist - he's kind, funny, humble, loves a drink & dance and would do anything for anyone - i'm a lucky lady & i'm making him a picnic to meet him in the park after work as a surprise
ds is coming to - 4months
my dh and i are still great together. we've been together five years and after a depression each, we're so much stronger. he says he wants to spend the next 80 years with me, the poor thing
Have a fabulous relationship with my DH - first couple of yrs togehter were 'rocky' (me with anger manangement issues - but the last 1yr or so have been amazing. Infact since last November (strangely when quit his job to start the business) we've got on amazingly well.
Setting up a business is supposed to be stressful, and a strain on marriages etc............well it hasn't happened in this house
Despite the fact he works all day in the office on his own (or at the moment travelling as far a field as Birmingham, Cheltenham, Essex etc) and then spends most of the evening after the boys have gone to bed he's still more than willing to 'muck in' with the boys at the end of the day. He bathes them both, feeds the 18 month old and puts them to bed (including reading the story). If I'm busy with church stuff (or just knackered after a long day) he'll often tidy the mess up from cooking dinner, load the dishwasher and clean the worktops.
Despite not having much income at the moment, he still tries to make sure we 'do' stuff at the weekend as a family.
infact - he's wonderful
I have a great relationship with my dh , he is, without a doubt my best friend and 18 years married we still love each other so much.
To date we have been through Gulf wars 1 and 2, Afghanistan (he flys for the RAF), 1 miscarrage followed by infertility, one case of testicular cancer, pancreatitis, CLL and he never moans groans or gripes. He is the bravest, most honorable, kind, loving person I have ever met.
He is my little gem!
That's cos he's RAF hmb (like my Dad was)
My dh is totally fab because he puts up with me and always lets me have my own way (I see dd can twist him round her finger too)- he's a pushover for "the 2 people he loves most in the world" as he calls us
"apparently it was fate that brought us together........well thank you fate"
Same here - I was on a "Gap Year" (that turned into 2 1/2yrs LOL) when I met DH.....
It hasn't all been plain sailing with my dh - he's not perfect by any means. But then who is? Certainly not me. The great thing about him is that he will always do whatever it takes to make things right. Whilst I believe that anyone could be unfaithful or leave the other one, I really don't think I could ever have the heart to do anything that would hurt him. I can't imagine ever meeting anyone who could match up to all his great attributes. And if I did - well, they wouldn't have the history with me, would they? I intend to be with him forever, but if he were to leave me, or die, I'd manage all the better because he's spent so much time building me. I adore him and savour every moment I spend with him.
I've been with DH for 18 years (married for 7.5) and I couldn't imagine life without him, he's my best friend.
He's got his faults, as do I, but wouldn't it be boring if we were all perfect
When I talk to other mums and neighbours I realise that my dh is thoughtful, caring, and that actually we have a great marriage! We keep saying thank god we are not in anyone of our neighbour's marriages.
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