Brookie, my wife and I don't see eye to eye on a quite a few topics, but we respect each other enough to work
through the points of contention. I detect in your many posts that there are deeply entrenched resentments and probably other issues that you may or may not even be aware of that are having an effect on your relationship. The mere decision to title this thread as you did makes me wonder what your true intention is.
You must be totally honest with yourself AND your husband about what you want. If there is complete and absolute transparency in your relationship then you will be able to work
it out. This goes for both of you. If there isn't, you will NEVER make it on a 20' or 120' boat
anyway. While I only know you from your posts here, I don't know you at all, I am reminded by a couple of post on here that there are always at least two sides of a story.
My wife and I have worked very closely together in a very small space for many years and you learn how to work through issues and you become a strong team. Or, you fail.
My wife and I are Christians who believe in respecting each other and being honest and communicating honestly. Are we perfect? No way, but we are honest with each other. If you do not have absolute trust in your husband, and he doesn't have the same for you, then your boat
will be just another part of the property settlement.
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