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Post Reply You finally find out about your spouse's past and it shocks you.
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It would be a serious blow to our relationship, but I may eventually forgive. Would I demand divorce offhand? No. Whether or not our relationship would crumble depends on whatever we both say in anger, and various subtext. Hiding something like that speaks volumes of the lack of trust he has in me, or, at least, had. Although I would feel some relief in him having come to trust me enough to divulge the truth, concern over our relationship being founded upon false pretenses is crippling.
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ConsciousFinale wrote:

I mean, is omission of the truth the same as a lie...


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Well, that information is a lot more forgiving than say, passing STDs or something nasty. I wouldn't even be shocked. I'd spill my secrets too.
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...I want to eat them. Royal for tea.
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Pshhhhhh

I wouldn't even care, she's my dream girl like, I wouldn't even be mad. Heck I'd be really glad she chose me, shiiiit. Like married to my dream girl aaaaand expecting a kid, well shit, I'd be ballin'


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ConsciousFinale wrote:

I mean, is omission of the truth the same as a lie...


Depends on intention. Typically, yes. And someone I would not deal with, if so.

Trust is very fragile in relationships. Both partners should want to protect it -- not destroy it.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Let's say your married to the guy or girl of your dreams. You two are happy together and will soon have a child. One day your spouse decides to tell you the truth about his/her past. When you find out, you are shocked to learn that your spouse was the son or daughter of a monarch. He or she told you that their parents died when he or she were very young in which he or she had to live with their grandparents. Yet your spouse gave up the crown and title to find someone who will love him or her and not their status or wealth. Your spouse gave up everything just so he or she can spend life with you and their child.


Knowing this how do you feel about your spouse? Even though you've been lied to, are you going to forgive him or her?


What do you do?

Enjoy!!!




Honestly, I wouldn't want that life either and would respect the fact that they wanted to marry for love rather than status. I'd have no hard feelings, heck I'd probably gain even more respect for her. Yes I would forgive her.
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This is a lie I could deal with.
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If I got to the point of marriage with somebody I doubt I'll care about any lies like that. As long as they're happy idgaf. That's assuming I'll ever get married
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I've done too much too be shocked at this point. I'd just accept them.
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forgive her,
and find a way to get back the crown she deserve.legit or not.
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kevz_210 wrote:


qualeshia3 wrote:

Let's say your married to the guy or girl of your dreams. You two are happy together and will soon have a child. One day your spouse decides to tell you the truth about his/her past. When you find out, you are shocked to learn that your spouse was the son or daughter of a monarch. He or she told you that their parents died when he or she were very young in which he or she had to live with their grandparents. Yet your spouse gave up the crown and title to find someone who will love him or her and not their status or wealth. Your spouse gave up everything just so he or she can spend life with you and their child.


Knowing this how do you feel about your spouse? Even though you've been lied to, are you going to forgive him or her?


What do you do?

Enjoy!!!




Honestly, I wouldn't want that life either and would respect the fact that they wanted to marry for love rather than status. I'd have no hard feelings, heck I'd probably gain even more respect for her. Yes I would forgive her.


Awww!
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Even though a lie is a lie regardless there are different types of lies or situations where one has no option but to lie. Just like when your planning Christmas presents and you unavoidably need to lie a little to make sure things remain a secret until Christmas day. This lie would not hurt me or our relationship. There was no malice intended, on the contrary it was based on Love.
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Wouldn't bother me in the slightest, just be happy that she was with me.
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