A Love Story In 22 Pictures

 

Watch as this couple’s life together unfolds…through thick and thin, in sickness and health, and from a war zone to home again.

This story originally appeared at BuzzFeed


All photos copyright Tim Dodd photography. Used with permission.

 

Read more about Taylor and Danielle at TaylorMorris.org

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  1. This story really moved me more than you can realize. Since the advent of feminism I haven’t been able to trust women totally. This story has led me to possibly revaluate this.

    • Would you have stay with your Wife/Girlfriend if she had a tragic accident like this? I lot of people won’t men or women. This has nothing to do with being less feminist or more. This is LOVE. Maybe start believing in real LOVE and acceptance and stop blaming feminism for your own bad choices?

      That is the problem with relationships now days… We go into it expecting what others would be doing/ sacrificing for us, but we do not want to put the effort and sacrifice to make it work. It is all about what we can get and not bout what we can give…

      This story show us that some people are capable of real Love and acceptance…

      • Let’s get one thing straight right off the bat. I would give my life in a heartbeat for my wife, children and grand children AND be thankful for the opportunity to do so! This has NOTHING to do with Feminism, MRA’s or any of those twinks. This is ME and the way I feel down to my basic core!

      • An also shows the consequences of nonsense wars, it’s pretty emotionally but I think that this situations in USA are unfair. I hate it. He didn’t deserve that.

    • Federica says:

      “Since the advent of black pride movements, I haven’t been able to trust black people totally.”
      “Since the advent of gay right activism, I haven’t been able to trust gay people totally.”

      Really?

      • Tom Brechlin says:

        @Frederica, Did I miss something somewhere? Why did you bring up “gay rights activism?”

        On another note, one of the respondents stated that she was a “special” women and I agree but would like to add that in many marriages, wives and husbands would do and have done the same. It’s called a commitment for better or for worse. God bless this couple, they are an inspiration.

        • Maybe because they are the representatives of the other social groups (or at least the movements that helped/help these social groups get more rights, agency, etc.)? Saying you find it hard to trust women because of feminism is as ridiculous to say you find it hard to trust gay people since the advent of gay right activism.

    • You are in the best position, man. Men are a lot more likely to leave a seriously ill spouse than the other way around. Some women still leave, but not the majority… I can understand your fear, but be happy that is unlikely it would happen. :)

      • Tom Brechlin says:

        “Men are a lot more likely to leave a seriously ill spouse than the other way around. And you base this on what?

      • Messages (based on heresay and no zero proof) like the one you are saying Julie are really quite harmful to any sort of progression. You should think twice before saying such things.

    • Well, I don’t know your story but certainly trust is the key of ANY relationship (imagine what it would be like to live in your parents house and not to trust them at least a bit?). I experienced something similar, couldn’t trust men because I had made very poor choices myself, but after started dating a friend’s cousin, my friend told me to “give myself entirely if I wanted a different outcome”, and I did. Did I get hurt? Yes, did I stop trusting? Yes. BUT, perseverance and our decision to stay together made us get it back. The outcome is that I discovered a best friend I want to spend my life with and he wants to spend his only with me.
      Trusting doesn’t mean your partner won’t fail or won’t hurt you, trusting means you understand sometimes people f*cks things up without intending to hurt. Yeah there’s a huge ammount of feminists and feminazis out there that are quite mean to men, but there are also chauvinist women who hurt men (imagine all those woman who think it’s the man’s job to pay for everything and are completely spoiled!)

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