By Phil Ferguson The issue was the topic of conversation on numerous occasions; often the tenor of the discussions was humorous, contentious, choleric; but it never descended to the depth of fury, violent, or otherwise. The dilemma was they both realised the situation could never be truly, amicably settled.
Two determined strong willed people who could see the other’s point of view but would never agree with it
With time each had become deeply intransigent. Both believed their words and deeds were for the good of the other and although they loved each other very much; they held the ominous belief that a conclusion could only be achieved with the capitulation of one or the other. This unspoken conviction increased within her a greater need to debate the predicament, while he preferred to prevaricate. Spending longer and longer at work only to regret the evasion knowing what awaited him when he returned home…………….