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Old 12-14-2011, 10:33 AM   #16 (permalink)
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Someone once told me:

Divorce is like an amputation. You survive it but there is less of you.

HOW TRUE.
Ouch, the realization of this truth hurts a little, call it phantom pain I guess.

OTOH many amputees have recovered and live even better than before their loss, I guess it awakens them and gives them a newfound appreciation for what they do have.
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If you have a tumor that is causing you pain and discomfort and you get it removed, then do you feel badly about losing it?
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If you have a tumor that is causing you pain and discomfort and you get it removed, then do you feel badly about losing it?
No just the pieces of organs that may happen to get extracted along with it.
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Old 12-20-2011, 07:27 PM   #19 (permalink)
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No, my 2nd marriage is unbelievably wonderful! We've been married 12 awesome years. He's my best friend, lover, and I can't imagine life without him. My husband always puts my needs before his and we are both in love with each other.

My first husband was an abuser and serial cheater. I went through hell and back all in one year.
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I wandered over here just to check it out I'm facing divorce and hope there is life after it. I'm happy for you this is what my 2nd marriage was supposed to be but she is the serial
cheater and I'm currently stuck in hell. I don't think I will marry again I've got three kids to worry about and paying bills. The only women I could consider would have to share my spiritual beliefs #1
I learned "do not be unequally yoked" the hard way ouch! It severely limits the candidate pool but also the liability pool and sucks because I do meet a lot of attractive women in the world but I will
take a long time to heal myself before it could be considered a third go around yeesh!
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