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. Posted via Mobile Device
Any guy would have to be more than enchanting, cute/handsome, or have 'promise'. Those things don't cut it for me anymore on their own. Substance and seeming character. Those would need to be there in addition.
I love being married. Love the institution and the alliance.
I say "never again" as well but then I don't think you have to be married to be in a good and healthy relationship either. I never wanted to marry in the first place but did it because that's what she wanted. Definitely approaching things differently next time and looking at life a little different.
I have been married twice. I don't have any answers what will happen, if it happens, on the next go round. Each one I thought was life and it was the life of that particular marriage.
I don't feel repulsed by marriage but at my age, I don't think there are any real advantages to it; or disadvantages. It's a contract that can be broken, evidently. I guess that that makes it a piece of paper for all of its worth.
This question is way far in the future for me, LOL: I haven't even started dating yet.
I absolutely want to be married again! I love belonging to someone and having that bond with someone. I have always felt that I was meant to be with someone. It just took me a long time to admit I married the wrong someone, but now I'm moving on. It will be a long time before I am re-married. I will learn to be who I need myself to be for myself. I will never again be dependent completely on someone else, as I was with my exH, but yeah, I do want it again someday.
You couldn't pay me to get married again, or even to live with anyone else.
My husband talks about us getting back together and I get that feeling in the pit of my stomach. We are doing well now separately...why mess up a good thing?
I've come to the conclusion that marriage, any kind of marriage with anyone, just isn't for me. It was a mistake to do it the first time and the worst mistake you can make is the one you don't learn from.
Well, I jsut got my second divorce. After the first one I said never again but even when I got back into the "Game" I took a very different approach. I made a list of things I wanted in a mate and things that were "deal breakers". Thing was, you can be fooled. People do not always tell the truth and can act like they are something they are not for a long time.
I think my ex really wanted to be the woman she said she was, she just couldn't do it. During counseling she even told me that I should have known that she was lying to me. Now get that :0
And maybe I seem a bit confused. . .but maybe, I got you pegged! Ha! Don't know what to do about those tossed salad and scrambled eggs. . .they're posting again. Scannerguard has left the building.