Yes, Libby had a problem, and she knew it. And her problem was Ana, who kept suggesting that she simply leave Sam and go on her own. That she try something--different.
But Sam understood Libby's problem too, and he had the perfect solution. Every two years, to prove that he was fully committed to making it work
And thus it was. Sam kept Libby in her place. Libby never had to worry about life on her own. And the biennial renewal really did bring them together--at least in their hatred for Ana.
Ana. That little corner of Libby's mind that just wouldn't go away. But it could be...managed.
Heh. I see what you did there.
Sounds like a strategy you know well.
Methinks it must be pretty boring in Upper Trollvia today.
Excellent analogy! All of the battered woman (or man) syndrome indicated here. No matter how he beats her, or how many times she and her children wind up in the hospital, all he has to say is "I'm sorry, I've changed, I won't do it again..." and she falls back into his loving arms...
Why don't you post on Facebook how we're all idiots rather than hiding your last word on a blog after you've exhausted the BS arguments on Facebook? It's crap that you repost the arguments here with some BS "courtesy" of using our first initials here…and your final word...why, because you have the need to whine about it in a place you have a very few followers, who are yes-men/women, and will "like' the crap rather than deal with those, who think you're full of yourself and your BS?
Moved to a new thread.
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