Since they were engaged, she was always serious, she said she felt comfortable with me, but on the wedding night, everything changed
We were dating for 2 years , then I asked her to marry her and we got married, she has always been very serious, I fell in love with her because she is a very sweet woman with me and with everyone around them.
When I spoke with my in-laws, I noticed something strange but at the same time I understood that the overprotection that I had for my wife was normal for parents. They told me:
"We never thought that she wanted to marry, but if she has decided to do so, we support her, we only ask that you be patient with her."
In my mother-in-law’s eyes I saw sadness, and although my father-in-law is a strong oak, I could see that he rubbed his forehead as a sign that there was something they were hiding from me, that time as I told you, I let him go through the situation and the stress of the wedding.
On the wedding night, she told me, I want you to turn off the light and I want to talk to you, I excited and at the same time nervous, I did what she asked. And when he got to bed, he said: I want you not to touch me today.
I was amazed, I didn’t know what to say, I wanted to hug her and she rejected me on the wedding night. I didn’t want to force her into anything, I told her that it was okay, that I would wait as long as she wanted and that when she felt ready, we would.
The next day she got up first than me, and while I was bathing thinking what was wrong with her, so determined to find out everything, when she comes out of the bathroom, she told me:
Turn around I’m going to change, and I said, No! You are my wife and I want you to trust me, I love you as you are, for me you are perfect, she started crying, I got closer to her I hugged her and It was when she told me:
Love when I was little a person raped me and we never knew who it was, I have lived with this all my life, and my family knows it, I saw true love in you, and you were so nice to me that I agreed to marry you because I thought I could forget everything , but I can not.
I cried with her, I told her that her situation hurt me a lot, we immediately started therapy, first she was special, and then as a couple to be on the same page, getting ahead has cost us a lot.
It was not until three months after our wedding that you consumed our marriage. I love her, and if she had asked for more time, I would have given it to her. Little by little we have consolidated a beautiful marriage, we still do not have children, but I hope God will grant them to us soon.