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  • What Works For Us.

    4 posts, 4 voices, 526 views, started Jun 17, 2008

    Posted on Tuesday, June 17, 2008 by Yana Berlin


    • Diamond

      Life is hectic, between careers, kids, parents and all of the responsibilities we tend to “lose it” once in a while.

      Our number on rule:

      Only one of us gets to be crazy at the same time.

      Rule number two:

      That one can only be crazy for a short while.

      (very short)


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          Kelly Jolley wrote Aug 28, 2008
        • my hubby works for the railroad and is always gone.. monday thru friday.leaving me to deal with two teenagers and a full time job...three dogs and three
          so to help us get thru to friday we send text messages..some are sweet and some are not.. lol but it helps us get thru the day without losing each other...that and at night we talk about everything i dont leave him out of anything..he is still the dad and hubby.. whether he is in this house or not.. were good talkers..____

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          Feathermaye wrote Sep 5, 2008
        • Since my husband and I work AND live together, we try to take extra care to remind the other one how valuable they are in our day-to-day lives, and overall in our relationship.

          Small notes, an unexpected hug or a “Surprise, I did your laundry and got all of your ink pens out of your pockets this time!” go a long way to keeping harmony.

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          LaDonna Jones wrote Sep 16, 2008
        • My husband and I have been married almost 21 years and have raised two daughters.  My husband is gone sometimes 3 or 4 nights a week and sometimes he is home every night.  I have learned that communication is important.  I sometimes leave out the small stuff and keep our phone conversations short but often to let each other know how we feel.  We spend the time we have together and enjoy our space when we have it.  It works for us!

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