Question: Just curious how trusting you married folks are. So how trusting are you to your spouse?
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Answer #1:LOL actually my husband and I are very different he is my best friend and I am his so we have no need to be out with other people we fulfill each others lives
Answer #2:I trust my husband very much if not we would not have lasted 22yrs.
Answer #3:i am not my wifes keeper... she is her own person and has the right to all the freedom she wants/needs to pursue things in life that make her happy...
if that includes nights out, holidays, etc then who am i to be the jealous jerk that stops her???
just cos i married her, doesn't mean i have the leash around her neck...
Oh i have plenty of trust but in my situation i would kill him if he dared go on vacation without me when we have to borrow money just to put gas in our car to make it to work
and i would definitely kill him if he came up with money to go out to lunch with someone since we are eating PB&J sandwiches for dinner every night.
So no it has less to do with trust and more to do with money. If we had plenty of money it would be a totally different story but honestly if we could afford to go on vacation, i doubt we would even want to go without the others company.
Answer #5:i trust my girlfriend(soon to be wife) 100percent no, ups and downs make me love her less if you feel unsure don't stay in the dark asker about things about how her night was leran to read the signs and youll be good
Answer #6:I totally agree.. I believe you can't have a relationship without trust.
I do respect and trust that my husband needs his time, and he also respects that i need my time too. It does not mean we never spend time together, we certainly do and it is quality memorable time.
In regards to his friends, I do trust him when he is with them and they have a lot of respect for me and on numerous occassions have really been supportive of me. If he goes on vacation with his friends that is fine with me as it is similar with my friends.
In our relationship we have a common ground with each other and for us that goes a long mile.
Answer #7:Very trusting.
My wife often goes out of town on business and she and our Companion sometimes take vacation together when I am teaching. On the other side of the coin, I go hunting and fishing with my sons and my dad for a week at least once a year, and I sometimes have to travel out of state to attend conferences and such. Each of us frequently go out to lunch or something with coworkers, as well.
The time apart is a good thing, I suppose, although I sure miss my wife and our Companion when we're apart. Ultimately, I've never even considered being bothered by this. We're all adults, after all, and I respect each of them a great deal.
How can you truly love someone but not trust and respect them? Jealousy and insecurity are, to my mind, the antithesis of love.
Answer #8:Hell I'm lucky enough after 17 years of marriage that I'm finally at the stage where my wife says 'Dont you want to go play a round of golf and get out of here for a few hours"!
I stay out of her hair too, have to, or marriage wont work.
Answer #9:My husband and I are very trusting of each other. He does exactly what you mentioned - weekend golf outings - multiple times each year. I know he looks forward to them, and so do I. Not that I don't love him and love spending time with him, I just enjoy time alone sometimes so it works out for both of us. The women of my family go on a long weekend get-away every summer and my husband supports it 110%. Just last summer, we were having so much fun we decided to stay another day. I called my husband to tell him not to expect me home and he said, "Okay sweetie, get back to your fun! I'll see you tomorrow." That's just how we are. We have time apart from each other and when we reunite, we have new things to share with each other.
Answer #10:Allow isn't a word we use at our house, it's more a question of are we comfortable with certain behavior. We go to lunch separately with friends, my husband visits his daughter in Italy without me, I visit my mother in England without him, he plays golf without me, I go to card club without him, etc., etc. We're retired and the last thing I want or need is to be joined at the hip. It hasn't occurred to me not to trust him.
Answer #11:I don't really care anymore either way.
After 12 years of marriage, once we finally got it in the open that we have no idea why she won't have sex with me, and she won't say, I have no interest in trying to talk to her or believe her about anything.
Answer #12:i trust my husband(even though he has cheated in the past)!!! i know some may think that 's dumb on my part. but i trust him- not completely but enough. really if a man can go out and cheat and have no remorse, that's their prob. they will pay for it!! my husband knows the rules, i wouldn't let him go all weekend maybe one night or the whole day, but come home to sleep.
Answer #13:I trust him 100%. We each have our own vacations as well as together. You do need time to be by yourself with your friends, to do what you want to do and all of that. I trust him to behave while he is gone just like I do. If i have to keep him here with me to get him to behave then I don't want to be with him anyway. The person staying home takes care of the kids and the house for that week.
Answer #14:1 - Yes, whenever he likes to...it's his choice, but of course he spends plenty of time with family so I have no issues there.
#2 - No, because he's never asked or been invited. He did go on a fishing camping trip once (by himself) and that was fine with me. Although he couldn't stop the fish talk upon return...
#3 - No! Neither of us are like that. I have many male business associates and lunches frequently and he never gives me any garbage about it. He knows who I come home to and vice-versa...
I agree (and my husband would too) that we are more than just spouses, parents, daughters/sons, sisters/brothers - we are ourselves and we each need to have time to be that without anyone else or their expectations.
Answer #15:Is trust my husband 100% (that goes both ways) from time to time we will go out with just our friends, he has his hobbies and I have mine. If we spent every minute together we wouldn't be happily married, I mean we love each other and enjoy spending time together but sometimes you need your space too.
Answer #16:I trust my husband-end of story. He goes away for business, but simply doesn't want to go away otherwise without me-I've offered. IMO, if he wanted to be with someone else, he would.
It isn't always about insecurity. There are actually couples who do WANT to spend all their time together. I value my alone time, but there are other people who don't.
Answer #17:I trust my husband completely to be able to go out with his friends for the evening or to go on a fishing trip for the long weekend (which he is actually doing in May).
He trusts me and I am able to go out with friends whenever I need to.
But then again, while we do value our time together and make the most of the time we do have together, we are seperated for at least a few months per year...if not more...due to him being military. I trust him while he is deployed, whether it is to Japan, Iraq, Kuwait, or England. And he trusts me to be alone while he is gone.
I am not his mom or babysitter, and he sure the hell isn't mine. We respect each other way too much to impose stupid rules and not trust each other.
Answer #18:Without mutual trust and respect, you cannot have a healthy and happy relationship.
My husband and I trust each other and respect the fact we are different people and that occasionally we need some "me-time" or to see our friends and family. However, we don't feel the need to go away for a weekend without each other. We enjoy being together.
Answer #19:My husband and I are both extremely trusting...and trustworthy. While we love spending time with each other and would usually rather do so, we also recognize that it's healthy to have hobbies and interests that are shared with friends and not each other.
Even when it's a shared interest, we will often encourage the other to go out with friends instead. For instance, we both love the UFC, and he will always ask if I want to come out with him. If it's a card I really want to see, we usually host it at our house so I can watch; otherwise, I encourage him to make it a guy's night. We both also love the Blues; some friends and I belong to a local blues society whose membership gets us into live performances for free. Sometimes our invites let us bring someone else at no charge, so then we invite our husbands, otherwise it's a ladies' night!
As for vacation, we're working on getting him out to Louisiana (we're from South Dakota) for a fishing trip with the guys! I know he'd be just as supportive if I wanted to take a vacation without him; we'd just miss each other like crazy!
Answer #20:If she knew, she wouldn't be trusting you.
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