52 thoughts on “A perspective on marriage then divorce

      1. I can be sweet, but I am still selfish when it comes to me. I give what I want to give, not what another person expects me to give, that and I do have problems being with one woman. It is an issue of mine.

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      2. Okay, so 43, huh, never came close to getting married? So what do you do with yourself? Are you a loner? Lots of family, friends, hook ups, strippers, lol? Yes, I am writing a book. And, btw, marriage is spelled like I just did.


      3. Christ, you tell me this now. I’ll fix it, maybe. My family is my mother, that’s it. I have lots of friends, some are so so friends, some are really good friends. I do hook ups. I don’t do strip clubs.

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      4. So no dad in the picture, is that why you think you couldn’t be a good dad? I’m overstepping, I know, but you are fun and funny — I should just stop now, sorry. Butting out now. Don’t worry about the spelling of all things…


      5. I am a terrible speller. I learned English late in life, but I don’t care too much about that. The dad thing is a personal thing–he left while my mother was pregnant with me–it is not overstepping, I just don’t feel like thinking about it today.

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      6. I wouldn’t have known from your English, it’s great, I think. It’s wonderful to be bilingual, I think. I only know some grade school Spanish. Ooh teach me something in French, would you? Something nice!


      1. This is true, people are people. Sometimes things that seem so right just don’t work. that doesn’t make them bad or wrong. My ex is an asshole but he will give you the shirt off his back if you need it. Just don’t believe a word that comes out of his mouth. OK done ranting 🙂

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  1. This does seem to describe my own experience. Not that I wasn’t happy when things were good with my ex, but I did lose myself in that relationship. Since getting divorced, I do feel like life began again for me, as though I was on pause for all those years. I understand your sentiment.

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