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Trying to work around that "sole" point is what causes most of the major controversy about what most of us don't like in the story. But here's the rub that you and ever sequel writer seems to miss at least for me: Jenny asked for, no I believe demanded might be the right words to use, a set of "personal rules" that she established early on in their relationship, that Ted would need to do to show her respect both at home and in the workplace that she didn't seem to have to play by when it came to him, if those same rules stood between what she felt she deserved, and Ted's public and private self respect needed to be sacrificed to get what she wanted.

Almost all of the commenters seemed to missed that, to me, from the original story. I could care less if it was a woman or man who gave out the rules. If one of them ask for the moon, and the other person tries to give it too them, then they should at least be willing to live by the same standards they ask from others.

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That even Finda brothers wife heard the rumors, but she is hoping that Ted gets it out of his system and that Jenny never finds out. Sure she's been working some extra hours, but the hours were to sed for the Finds local sluts for sex in havercroft Fibds Ted's been wanting on their anniversary. But later she's made aware that not only is Finds local sluts for sex in havercroft on the floor aware that this rather "slutty" lady has seen repeatedly been going out on dates forr husband, where she was Finds local sluts for sex in havercroft constantly rubbing up on him every chance she hxvercroft, but jn also been seen meeting her at a local hotel where her Boss and some of the board members saw both of them till loocal wee hours when she was working late.

And now there is a good chance this will impact her future career, but I'm hwvercroft if Ted has kocal good reason, Findw wouldn't hold it against him regardless of how bad it looks. Poor, poor, Jenny is now heartbroken because a 5 minute coversation, if Ted would have said something before he carried out his plan to get her attention, could have prevented this heartache So I guess in this senerio Jenny and Ted both are still equally to blame huh? Her for working hard and Ted for dating a large breasted slutty woman who he knows Jenny hates, because he wanted Jenny to pay more slutd to him and on this was the best way to get it, huh?

All I did was flip the tables using what was in the original story. I guess I'll get called chauvinistic because I think what Jenny did was far worse than what Ted did. She is redeemable, but not secretly as she is trying to do. Or in this story, not at all. What Ted character did from the original story, he did out of love and thought he was making his wife's dream come true. Like all good surprises he let everyone her brother and his wife in on the secret so he could make it happen. Jenny's character was motivated by selfishness. She wanted more of Ted's time in the marriage and that was not selfish in the slightest.

But how she went about getting his attention was. Sorry I just can't go for a story when you work so hard at making the victim the villan because you don't personally like how the story they were in ended. I am truly humbled! Thanks for a great story. I can only wish that I might have done even half as well. But it was resolved and ver ywell for all concerned. You tied it all together. You showed that being intimate means having the courage to take the risk and open up share your past as well as present with each other. You showed that it means a decision to interact as two adults; not as superior and inferior or as victim and victimizer.

You presented an excellent point in showing that healing takes time and so do feelings. Therefore you showed how the couple accepts the fact that initially the results of the re-engagement are not perfect. But the couple trusts each other and the process they each committed themselves into. It shows their trust in the future impact of mutual work as only two people committed together could improve their relationship overtime through work. I would not mind more sequels or original stories of this brand coming my way any time I guess I don't understand some of you folks I've never seen a character in a storys actions minimized like I have seen the majority of the commentors here do I'm sorry it's so long, but I had to address some of the comments I've seen both in your story and in the original story.

I've seen comments like: What he did, from the original story, was start working hard in his own startup company to reach the same level of security that Jenny had already achieved as a corporate VP. Tom wasn't as finicially stable as Jenny was. One of the points Jenny was worried about, before they got married, was how to protect her assets before and after she married Tom. And Tom was the one who broached the conversation around him signing a Pre-nup so it didn't look like he was trying to sponge off her. But earn his way. The comment from the original story was: I needn't have worried. Ted was as practical as I was and we seemed to comfortably deal with each issue.

It seemed so cold and impersonal for a document related to two people about to marry, but Ted seemed unperturbed and signed it after reading it carefully a couple of times. That night he told me that he thought it was fair and appropriate and that we could always redo it at a later time when our circumstances changed and, of course, if we wanted to. Jenny was clearly worried at first about protecting what she worked hard to get, but Tom didn't want her to worry about it and feel he was a gold digger, but he wanted to build his own business. But by Jenny's own words in the original story, all she said was that he fell back into his original pattern of working long hours again where he was trying to build his company.

She didn't have to work as hard. She had clients, she had a basic outlined job, she had security, and when she went in, in the morning, she knew that as long as she did a good job she had a paying job tommorrow that she wasn't constantly competing against someone else who might take it away from her tommorrow. She was basiclly established in her career. Tom on the other hand was no where near where she was or had acheived the same level of security she had. He had to find customers, build a customer base, keep them happy, build a company from the ground up where none existed before, and in trying to build a company from the ground up he didn't always know if tommorrow he would "have" the same customers, so it took a lot for him to keep them.

For those of you who have not done it, its quite hard to do. It's way different than walking into a corporation and "knowing" what your doing today. I have done both, and putting up with corporate politics way beats the frustation of not knowing if tommorrow you may make enough money to pay the light bills both at home and at your office if your lucky enough to have one Trying to find someone to pay you to work for them is way harder than already knowing your getting paid today just becaused you walked in the door. Jenny's character clearly forgot that, because as a corporate VP that wasn't really a concern of hers. And not telling her he was building her a "present" is not a lie by him.

I challenge someone to show me where trying to suprise someone with a present is considered lying by anyone. Some folks may want it to be a lie so what Jenny's character did doesn't look so bad, but it's not. Which leads me into my next point: Tom didn't know what his wife was thinking. He was working on a surprise. His wife decided to make him pay attention to her by using deception. How can I say that? What was her plan? Pick a guy she knew her husband dispised, make it appear that he was intrested in her, have her husband get jealous, and then her husband would be soooo jealous that Tom would work at monopolizing Jenny's time so that Criag wouldn't have a moment to get any of it.

Adults don't deceive, or "trick", the person their married to into doing what they want. And certianly not by making them jealous with someone they know they hate. Makes me wonder why so many folks "excuse" Jenny's actions as justified. How as Tom to know what Jenny thought he was doing if she didn't "tell" him? A lot of you folks, including this author, want to fall back on "Because he was working the extra hours he told her he wouldn't he was lying" no he wasn't. Now if Jenny "asked" him what he was doing and he said he was working a job for a customer that would be lying. But all the original story just said was that he "fell back into his previous pattern of working long hours" that is not a lie by any stretch of the imagination.

And had Jenny just spoken to "anyone" else in the family, her brother, or her best friend who happened to also be her brothers wife, or even Ted for that matter about her renewed concern it wouldn't have gone as far as to embarress Ted. The character in the story didn't give him the chance to fix what she felt was broken. And I love how everyone from this author on seems to defend this, or at least mitigate the blame, by saying Ted is just as much at fault as Jenny's character was. Pretty classy -Tom's Past was what made him too harsh too Jenny I disagree with that. Including the poorly executed surprise. Before Tom met Jenny Tom was a player, and that was influenced by his stepmother.

And from the original story, Tom didn't want to have any relationship that would leave him vulnerable to the same hurt he saw with father. But, from the original story, once he met Jenny he threw that all out the window and he started taking risk and putting trust in her that he didn't seem to beeing willing to do with the other women. Jenny commented that he all he did was take her out and not make any moves on her. But Ted said that with his rep he didn't want her to feel he was using her for sex and wanted her to tell him when she was ready. He found a way to discuss their difference in finacial standing, sign a pre-nup to protect her assets, and make her feel comfortable about marrying him.

When he kissed her in front of her employee's, and she corrected him for it, he didn't take offense. He agreed it might have looked bad and asked for her forgiveness. When he wanted to ask her to marry him, he wanted to make sure she wanted to marry him and decided to not put her on the spot in case she didn't want to marry him. In all this was a stand up guy who went the extra mile to make sure that she wasn't inconvenienced by any of his actions. Was she inconvenienced that he was working harder? Well to answer that question ask yourself this, before you met your wife you were trying to make yourself a self made man by starting your own company.

She's a corporate VP with way more money than you. You sign a Pre-Nup because you sense she's worried about all the money she's set aside, and possibly her house, disappearing if she marrys you. But to reach what she's saved and feel equal in what you signed in the pre-nup you need to work hard and build up your company and its assets. But she doesn't want you to do that, she wants you to spend most of your time with her, all while keeping her assets seperate from yours. I read nothing in the original story to suggest she dimissed the pre-nup and co-mingled their assets. And you guys keep calling "Ted" the selfish one.

He's actions about his stepmother came out "after" what Jenny did, not before. Before he tried to stay attentive to Jenny. Nope, because the character, like most of us, was only human and possibly missed cues that could have told him what she was doing. But after years of trying to put her first, why the continued expectation that "he" couldn't slip up and try to reach the same level she was already at when he met her? She wasn't meeting him for lunch to plan a surprise for her husbands birthday. She was going out for dinner, dancing, and drinks with a man she led to believe was going to have sex with her so that she could make her husband jealous enough to spend time with her.

That's cruel and deceitful. Thats the old saying "The ends justfies the means" or in otherwords, to reach the ending you want whatever means you have to do to achieve it are justified. Lets look at that a second huh? She let Craig rub all on her on the dance floor. In original story she commented "During the latter part of the first evening, I clearly felt his arousal rubbing my leg and my groin while we were dancing.

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That wasn't casual dancing? Who feels that letting their husband rub themselves on another woman or letting their wife go back for more and to repeatedly continue dancing with a man who rub's themselves on them ok? And if you honestly say that wouldnt' bother you, are you saying your mate would say the Finds local sluts for sex in havercroft thing? I know my wife would kill me in my sleep if I tried to do that. For three weeks Jenny was doing stuff like this. She was giving Craig a case of blue balls and destroying her husband career. And the people he had to work with employee's and potional customers he was trying to build a self employed business saw her. And she didn't care for three weeks.

After that she decided it wasn't working and called it off. Well after the damage was done. That's not a "harmless" meeting. That was clearly "destructive" of the worst order. And after Ted working so hard to make her feel comfortable, she should have talked to him instead of publicly destroying him as she did. Like I said before in the previous statement, she had an established career, she met Ted who seemed to worry that he should make her feel comfortable with him, she married him after he Finds local sluts for sex in havercroft that he wasn't trying to use her to further his career. She felt he was working too hard to build a Xxx sex chat on9 with email he started before he met her and was trying to make as sucessful as she was before he met her.

She wanted more of his time. She didn't have to work as hard to feel she was pulling her finical weight in the marriage. To me, while Ted didn't say so in the original story, he had to be aware of the differences in that or he wouldn't have brought it up and did what he did to make Jenny feel better about it. Jenny on the other hand, to me, only focused on what it would take to make "Jenny" happy. And choosing a man she knew her husband dispised to make him jealous so she could get him to spend more time with her, around when she was available according to the original story was clearly to me the more selfish of the two. At least in Ted's case he was trying to create her a present that he would never be able to buy, but in Jenny's case she did it because she wanted attention and felt this was the best way to get it.

It just boggles my mind that as the author, and most of the commentors, seemed to gloss over most of those points because Ted hated his stepmother, and most of you feel that giving Criag blue balls was ok because he was a creep. You seem to be hung up on appearances though. How other people view her actions. How his business associates will perceive him if he takes her back. If thats the most important part of this marriage, then you are right that its not worth saving. Like I said, the wife was stupid and did something stupid. Whether to try and forgive or not shouldnt be based on what you believe others will think of you for doing so though.

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