I mean seriously. A couple of the books I've read say that bp people have difficulty with emotional awareness. I've been married for almost a quarter century. I have kids. I think I love my kids, and I'm pretty sure I love my wife, but shouldn't that be able to override when I get a mood swing? To my kids I've been an absent Dad, and to my wife I've been unfaithful many times. Shouldn't love be able to overcome?
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