Clearly-- the biggest one being my husband. I know it's probably hard to understand when you've been married all of 4 months, but some couples go through phases where one partner is uninterested in sex, but still participates in order to fulfill the other partner's needs. It happens.
Is that called for?! You have no idea how long anybody on this site has been with their SO. Only how long they have been married in most cases. For all you know she was with her boyfriend of 15 years before they got married. You do not need to attack someone who brings up a valid point against you. I actually was someone who could agree with your thoughts in the original post but then the more I read the more I felt you just harbor anger and came here for justification on your actions, if this is how you treat people offering their thoughts then why would anyone post replies for you? Obviously you were not ready for a difference if opinion here, as you so think you were.
Yes, I do believe it was called for in response to the poster claiming "You've got issues," when I mentioned that I was having sex with my husband at the time to try to keep the peace at home. As I said, 4 months into my own marriage, I couldn't have ever imagined not wanting to have sex with my husband, but things can change.
I never asked for anyone's opinion on what I was doing-- I asked if anyone had experience with needing to get a TRO against their spouse. I was hoping that someone might be able to tell me about the process. I got lots of opinions from people who didn't agree with what I'd planned to do (& several who *did* agree with me) and that's fine, but I don't base my actions on what strangers tell me they think is right or wrong for my family. I do what I believe is right.
If I had posted this saying, "These are my plans...do you think it's a good idea?" then I feel like I'd graciously have to listen to being told that people didn't agree with me. But, I didn't. And if someone takes the time to respond only to attempt to insult me or tell me how wrong I am, you may not appreciate what I have to say because I'm not going to change my mind for you-- and snarky comments will be met with snarky responses.
People on TN just love to argue-- that's why this post has almost 3,000 page views.