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To anyone who thinks it's too long... it's worth the read! (well, I thought it was anyway) Thanks for sharing!
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Most of the people I've met that ditched on their relationship ended up miserable later, unless their partner was mentally off or abusive in some way the truth is every relationship will have problems, if people simply say "I can't deal with it" or "I don't love you anymore" they're only hurting themselves, the sad thing is they often don't realize that until long after it's to late. I know some people who have regretted their decision to divorce, but the end result is their partner has someone else or is married now, I even know someone who met his wife again 25 years later and told her "I'm sorry it wasn't you who destroyed our relationship, I got caught up in a affair" and from what I heard he really regrets leaving his first wife
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wow, thank you for sharing that, I hope things get better for you, wish you the best of luck with your fiance I wish my ex would see this story, b/c just like your fiance, I was very caring, loving, mostly just like your fiance is with you, I was with him, but sadly he also wanted someone else... he pick looks over someone who 100% loyal, never cheated, did everything for him, but still was not enough to keep him in my life, he wanted to date someone else I have a feeling once he sees what he did, it will be too late, time he knows it, i might be dating someone new and moved on with my life.
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I'm sorry to hear that. I don't regret my decision at all. Screwing up like that made me realize what I was loosing. I hate making big decisions and thinking about it so much is probably why I made the choice I did. That and because my fiance fought for me.
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thanks, you're lucky, and lucky that you can stay with each other, i try to fight for him, I even spent a full week/8 days with him, trying to show him who I was, but 2 weeks after that week that I spent with him, staying at his place, he still wanted to go for someone else... well not much more I can do now, just need to do my best and move on, hopefully the next guy I date will be a lot better.
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Even if its made up its sad and cute.

Sometimes you don't realize how precious what you have is,until you lose it.
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A dear friend of mine practices family law in Chicago, and she once told me, "People often get married for frivolous reasons, but no one ever gets divorced for a frivolous reason."

Unlike a wedding, divorce is difficult, expensive, and usually takes up a huge amount of time and energy. It's not one of those things that you do because you kind of feel like it for a few weeks. Furthermore, everyone you know (as well as complete strangers) seems to think it's their job to talk you out of getting divorced by telling you that if you just try harder and stick with it a little more, a miracle will happen and you and your spouse will suddenly become totally different people who no longer hate each other so much you make each other sick.

There is a reason why people celebrate when their divorces are finalized. It's because they're so happy that it's finally over!
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VanillePink wrote:

Even if its made up its sad and cute.

Sometimes you don't realize how precious what you have is,until you lose it.


I concur. Aww I kinda expected that something sad would happen in the end. So, sad.
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Also related:



I'm also slightly disappointed by the lack of a Bel Air in there.
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You're still together and you have a chance, it is however, very difficult to earn back trust, I remember back when similar happened to myself. Except I was the one left in the dark while my former was running around with another guy after that it was hard for me to trust her again, I started keeping records of everything after that point.
Posted 4/1/13 , edited 4/1/13
Snopes relegated it to an unconfirmed legend, so we may never know if it's fact or fiction.

Some potential divorce scenarios have had happier endings, thank goodness, while still teaching the value of tenaciously working through things.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/08/02/fashion/02love.html?pagewanted=all


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It's up to you. Ask yourself that.
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wow that's is just a great ending, what a great story, thank you for sharing that
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yeah I read that on FB like a year ago. it was touching then
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Interesting. But you should never let it get that far.

Spouses only go outside if they feel something is missing, thus you missed an opportunity. You married your spouse because they were fun and good to be with, hopefully. Keep the marriage interesting. Don't become static like a rock. Do you still spend time together interacting or did you fall into static roleplaying? Relationships change over time, stay with the times!

Four decades and still together and loving every minute of it.
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Oh man that made me cry, if that is a true story it is heart breaking, I hope that the husband learned not to be so self centered, and maybe anyone who reads this will learn the same.
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