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How Do You Know When a Man Loves You

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Because he calls you all the time

Because he always wants to be with you

Because he says, "I love you"

Because he introduces you to his parents

Because he wants to move fast in the relationship

Because he looks for you in the Library and your Apartment

My answer to this is no, love goes deeper than that

Love is how he treats you

Love is respect

Love is other things he says to you (things other than "love")

Love is ...

What do ya'll think?

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A man shows his love for you by sleeping with your best friend and saying it was the wine that made him do it! - That was my dry sense of humour by the way.

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Thanks Ellann55, I really needed that chuckle. I'm in the Computerlab w/1 other person, &I bet he thinks I'm weird for laughing at the computer alone, :lol2:

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This is from an old married woman (29 years and still going strong)

You know a man loves you when he.......

Calls you on his lunch break just because he wants to hear your voice

Has seen you at your worst (e.g., sick with the flu, giving birth etc.) and still says "Hello, Beautiful"

Brings you flowers for no particular reason, not because he's done something wrong and feels guilty, but because he knows how much you love them

Thinks about you and does his best to please you, support you, and make life better for you..........even if he doesn't really understand why you do what you do

Still sees the 21-year-old girl he married in the lined face of the 50-year-old grandma you are today.:heartbeat

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I can't speak for anyone else, but I knew my husband loved me when I saw him consider my feelings as he would his own...

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Viva you are sure that your husband is not a green alien from another planet?

Too nice to be true...he, he, he

You know that your husband..may be ...love you when he decided to fight with his own fears and thoughts and try to open to yourself and go along with you just because he probably understand that what you both have is somenthing special for you both and you may be, you are special for him...may be... who knows really, lol,..............dreeeeeeeeaaaaaaaams................

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I can't speak for anyone else, but I knew my husband loved me when I saw him consider my feelings as he would his own...

and often, putting his own feelings aside to totally support yours.

...that he has cried when you're in pain.

...that even w/o romance and sex, his eyes are bright and lively when talking/being with you.

...that you have never, ever felt so safe and secure in your life...even when pi$$-poor broke.

...that he has spontaneously popped a nasty pimple on your back.

along the same lines, has wet his napkin and wiped a smudge off your face.

...that has bought your tampons, w/o even being asked...time and time again.

...that he had invited MY mother to live with us.

...that i awaken w/all the blankets, to find him sleeping with a corner of the sheet...

only to find out i had been grabbing 'his' side, so he gave me his share, and tucked me in.

ed has gone to bed....needs to be up early in a.m.

i think i'll sneak upstairs to kiss him goodnight (again).:redbeathe

leslie

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My husband can be a buttmunch, no doubt! But even so, I have to remember that this is a man who:

- has held the bucket for me while I've puked my guts out sitting on the toilet

- watched me give birth

- did not abandon our family when I was in the deepest darkest pit of postpartum depression

- sees me every morning with no makeup, unwashed face, and hair sticking out every direction

- washes, folds, and puts away my underwear nearly every week

and STILL has stuck around for 7+ years.

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did not abandon our family when I was in the deepest darkest pit of postpartum depression

yes, me too!

i was dx'd w/ppd w/tiff.

and ed took over soooo much of the care, when i let him.

one of the ways the ppd manifested itself, was i wouldn't bring tiffany out, or let anyone hold her.

i'll tell you...ppd is unlike any other type of depression.

my heart breaks for women that suffer with it.

leslie

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yes, me too!

i was dx'd w/ppd w/tiff.

and ed took over soooo much of the care, when i let him.

one of the ways the ppd manifested itself, was i wouldn't bring tiffany out, or let anyone hold her.

That was me - my ppd manifested itself in an obsessive, almost unhealthy attachment to my son. Not that being attached is wrong - but like *nobody* got to touch the kid except me. And we never went anywhere. Leaving him in daycare? Torture.

It was all I could do to get me to work and him to daycare in the AM and get us both home in the PM and crawl back in bed. Don't ever want to go back to those days!!

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