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  1. For those of you who have followed the Grimstone / Forrest Gump story, here's where it is now. I get it. I understand my wife. We are a happy loving couple again. We have a marriage that I didn't believe possible just a few years ago. She is healing, I am growing up. I had decided that I was never going to attempt to teach or preach again. She told me I could and should offer encouragement and direction to guys who still don't get it. So I did. I started blogging about what I have learned on this journey in January of 2013. I am still not the most politically correct or tactful person, but
  2. Currently living in San Antonio. My wife and I first met at a bowling alley through a mutual friend whom we are both still close to. This was 5 and a half years ago. We married after almost a year of dating. At the time she was still living with her overbearing parents. I was 19, and my wife was 21. Our relationship started off beautifully, and then things became complicated. She'd grown up under an extremely controlling, and abusive father. She'd been home schooled till her entrance into college after senior graduation. Some of her personal baggage included depression, co-dependency issues,
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