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    I believe your partner should have the capacity to be your A, but that they don't always have to be that person for you.

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    A for sure.
    But it would differ for everyone depending on the people around them.
    My mum never got that kind of support from dad, so looked to family, kids & a couple of close friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    I believe your partner should have the capacity to be your A, but that they don't always have to be that person for you.
    Great answer. I'm going with this too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    My DH is incredibly supportive and a good listener, but he likes to solve problems whereas often I just need to vent and I don't want someone telling me I can solve it if I do x,y or z.
    This exactly is my DH. Sometimes I find it really frustrating.

    I'd still go with A though, I get nearly all my support from DH, way more than any of my family. I have a couple of close friends that are great supports but nothing like DH.

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    Mostly A, but you can't rely on them for everything, and expect that all they're going to want to do is listen to you b*tch and moan whenever you feel like it. They have needs too.

    I think you should be able to rely on them MOST of the time, but certainly not always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curby View Post
    I believe your partner should have the capacity to be your A, but that they don't always have to be that person for you.
    This is how I would sum it up. Because sometimes I want to just talk about stuff with my mum/girlfriends.
    When it really matters though I think you should be able to rely on your partner.

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    I think A, but DP is more a B. He is supportive and there for me but in his own way.

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    A and B :-)
    I think my partner should be my main source of emotional support. He's my best friend and my life team partner so he deserves to know when I struggle.
    BUT I am not expecting him to provide me for all my needs. My friends, families, work and own interests are part of the balance.

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    A bit of both. There for me when I really need his support and there to tell me to toughen up

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    A all the way for me


 

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