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Re: Woman Missing – A warning to Newbies.

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Forbid maybe not, but insist, definitely - your wife is not your partner unless you are in business together - that's just yuppie P/C nonsense. She's your wife and as such is part of you, as you are part of her - if you love each other anyway-SloopJohnB
Nothing is absolute

My wife and I are equals in every sence of the word. I beleive she has the right to determione her own fate, what to do with her body, etc.

Remember in the instance of the Carribean 1500 a couple years ago where it appeared that the wife pleaded with her husband to get to shore because of many days of seasickness. It cost people their lives when he did head in

In the instance however when we are on a boat together, and I am the captain. I will FORBID her to do something which puts my life or anyone other than her own in danger. Not thats she ever would challenege me with that on the line but I would in that case FORBID it

Just saying
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