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Wynonna says that only recently has she learned how to communicate more effectively with her mother, sister and husband. "I'm learning to ask for what I need because we expect family members, mates, to really read our minds. ... I'm learning to say to Roach, 'We've been working all week. I just need 15 minutes for you to hold me....'

"I've been watching Roach watch you," Oprah tells Wynonna, "and I remember that very first meeting in our office. I love the way he looks at you. I love the way he takes you in and is so for you."

"I am for her," Roach says. "With a partnership, it's reciprocal. A relationship is supposed to be give and take. And if it's not—ladies out there—if it's not, [and] you're not getting what you need from your man, that's not a relationship."

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Published on September 27, 2005

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