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Old 05-17-2012, 05:46 PM
 
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I still get the idea that you are jealous and controlling to a point but that is my opinion and I personally would not deal with it. Again, no big deal to me or my husband who goes where and does what when the other is not available to go on the "normal" night it is not changed to appease the other plans are plans and are kept as they are.

I talk to my husband about everything and I mean everything but plans are still NOT changed because he is going to be gone. Did you ask if she had planned a girls night out and she was not going to be alone with all those MEN? Anyway my opinions on the situation as you have presented it and since you talk to her about what you post before you post here I would love to hear HER side of this story and I do have a wee bit of information for you regarding public displays of affection. I am not one to display affection in public either however, holding hands while going for a walk or walking from the parking lot into the grocery is NOT a major public display of affection and I do it all the time so what is the issue with a simple gesture of affection that is appropriate in public? It isn't like you are going to grab her hand and toss her on the ground in the grocery parkiing lot and ravage her right then and there. It is a simple affection touch while walking side by side. If you look around you will see many many couples of all ages from very young to very old holding hands while they walk side by side. Lighten up on that one and take her hand while you are walking side by side.
She was not planning on it being a girls night out. As I stated earlier I would not have had no issue if that was the case. I would have no issue if she did that while I was home.

As for the holding hands, it's not something I'm uncomfortable doing, I just don't think about it.
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