Being married to someone who has been divorced has its own ups and downs. Having fights are not-so good in any marriage and specially when some past issues about him gets in the argument. Sometimes, these rows and arguments are not easily ironed out, work in progress as we say it…. I think every marriage is.
Ego and pride comes between reconciliation. The good thing about having rows is, even one has to spent sleepless night crying or sleeping on the couch, it gives one the chance to know the person he/she is married to. Between me and my hubby, nobody will say “I’m sorry” first.
As for me, i thought my hubby is a person full of ego and pride when we fight because he will not make the first move about reconciliation….he sometimes deny that it is his fault, :D, but every time we talk about it and settle our row or our differences, he is the person who admits to his mistakes, acknowledge his faults and that is the start of “progress”, I , in my case will do the same, acknowledging my faults. The point of rows and differences being settled is one way of saying : “yes, we are working it out to 21 years and counting”.