He is intelligent, but poorly educated: I'm disappointed that he rarely reads a book or listens to Radio 4.He loves dancing, walking, gardening and birdwatching - all of which we enjoy together.I am making a success of my new career, but I so envy my daughters their opportunities.
Just the guy on the grassy knoll was working for has been the subject of enough writing to fill the Library of Alexandria.
The following people and groups have been blamed (oh, it's a long list), often in combination with one another: Dale: I do not recognize the authority of a court that hangs the gold-fringed flag. (bailiff gags him) FOR THE FORMS OF OUR PUNCTUATIONS ARE WITH THE CLAIM OF THE USE: FULL-COLON=POSITION-LODIO-FACTS, HYPHEN=COMPOUND-FACTS =KNOWN, PERIOD=END-THOUGHT, COMMA-PAUSE, AND LOCATION-TILDES WITH THE MEANINGS AND USES OF THE COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE FULL-COLON OF THE POSITION-LODIAL-FACT-PHRASE WITH THE FACT/KNOWN-TERM OF THE POSITIONAL-LODIO-FACT-PHRASE AND WITH THE VOID OF THE NOM-DE-GUERRE = DEAD-PERSON.
Oh, John Humphreys, Sue Mc Gregor and Jenni Murray, are we to hold you responsible for this poor man's position in the doghouse? Because you do not believe you are loveable, yet saw how this excellent man loved you, moved away from his family to be a wonderful stepfather to your girls, supported your retraining, shares lots of interests with you and wants nothing more than to live contentedly looking after you and your home.
Because deep down you can't respect someone who loves imperfect like that, you seek to diminish him.
So am I being unreasonable in wanting to discuss politics and books?
My husband is very caring, but not good at dinner party conversation. I'd like to go back and not make the mistake of marrying again on the rebound.You met a new partner at a time of great need, married him after a decent interval, but now seem bent on destroying what has been a successful marriage. I see a destructive circle where you continually feel you aren't worthy of something/someone (university/your first husband) then act as if that feeling were true, therefore it becomes true, with dire consequences.The irony now is that you have found a man who - over and over again - has proved himself to be worthy of you, and yet you are telling me you doubt it, citing piddling 'reasons' like not liking Radio 4.My problem is, I think I made a mistake in remarrying.Deep down, I know I don't love this husband as much as the first.You seem to be consuming yourself in futile wishes, unable to cope with the realities of the everyday.