marriage is for fools
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15yr fool

Richmond, KY

#1 Oct 13, 2011
anyone considering marriage is an idiot.you will waste the best part of your life with someone you thought you knew.then the mid-life crisis hits.and after lots of new clothes and a new car doesn't make them happy,they will try to convince you that you are not in love with them.i guess it is easier to justify a divorce in their own minds and to their friends if they say that.when all along they were whoring around at work.but you won't get them to admit to that.nothing happened,he was just a convenient shoulder to cry on.but,less than a week after you are put out of your so called home you made together.he moves in.thats the short version.if you want the long version,run to the church house with your true love the next chance you get and say those vows that will never be kept.waste your life,go on everybody is doing it
woe

Winchester, KY

#2 Oct 13, 2011
You got serious issues. Hope it gets better.
Understanding

United States

#3 Oct 13, 2011
Been in those same shoes myself. I know you are angry now but eventually this will be behind you. The other man will leave her for the next woman who needs a shoulder to cry on and her life will go into a downward spiral....or she will try to come crying back to you. Hold your head up and move on with your life no matter how hard it is at times. I am a woman and went thru this with my first husband. I was very angry for a long time but he got exactly what he deserved and apparently it is affecting his health. Oh well, it just doesn't matter to me anymore. I wish you peace!
masterstylist

Winchester, KY

#4 Oct 13, 2011
Marriage isn't always a curse. Marriage takes two equal parties wanting the same goals. I agree it's not for everyone but I don't think I'd suggest that people not attempt it.

Having a partner in life is a true blessing and wonderful thing. ;)
Misery

United States

#5 Oct 14, 2011
Not ALL marriages are like that. Mines the best!
15yr fool

Pineville, KY

#6 Oct 14, 2011
Misery wrote:
Not ALL marriages are like that. Mines the best!
mine was the best too,until it fell apart.
Misery

United States

#7 Oct 14, 2011
Eh shyt happens. You just have to work onit. too many people give up too easily. Marriage is a union between two people...both people in that marriage have to try!
LOL

Lexington, KY

#8 Oct 14, 2011
Love my husband, love my marriage, love my life!! BUT I've experienced a bad relationship too and it does suck. I would have never met this perfect man if I hadn't kissed that damned frog and gone through hell, though lol. So hang in there, you'll know why you had to suffer through that eventually.
barbie

Herndon, VA

#9 Oct 17, 2011
Misery wrote:
Eh shyt happens. You just have to work onit. too many people give up too easily. Marriage is a union between two people...both people in that marriage have to try!
I agree but if one tries and the other doesn't your not going to get anywhere.
bob

Richmond, KY

#10 Oct 17, 2011
call me
BPA001

Lorton, VA

#11 Dec 5, 2012
I once thought love was grand, but then I got scammed. I vowed until death, and then she killed me. Born anew I am, a free man.
john wayne

Winchester, KY

#12 Dec 5, 2012
been there done all that life ended for me i have no desire for another woman to be serious about old girl of 30 years broke my sprit
john wayne

Winchester, KY

#13 Dec 5, 2012
oh an after all that she said to me with kids an grand kids marriage is just a peice of paper ,heck i saw things diffent .so life sucks an then you die
Fact

Winchester, KY

#14 Dec 5, 2012
Agree, never been married, don't want to be, he was to afraid I'd divorce him and get half of everything, and he's had his many affairs, yet I stay, after loving him, after the girls, just don't know, trust has been ripped away...security verses homeless, now he is older, probably still seeing other girls, but wonders why I don't......want things I have wanted a Long long time ago.. But I don't think it's possible, I 'd like to know what love feels like.....
really

Winchester, KY

#15 Dec 6, 2012
Sounds like a perosnal problem to me....ivebeen happily married or 3 years...the first year is the toughest cause u see ex g.fs and sometimes u miss them and what not...but after that first year mines been great..yes u might fight and what not but if it wasent for me getting hitched idk where id be..either in jail or laying in bed with some skank...but its takes 2 to make itwork...if only one is on board then its not going to work..best thing to do is let your friends go for awhile...if there true friends then they will be there when u get back to them...if not then ur better off without em....marriage aint easy but if u put effort and time in it...it will last.....i hope to 50 years with my wife....all those ones wo aid it wouldnt last a year...im sitting back laughing and enjoying my wife and kids why those ones who thought it wouldnt last are so lost in this world and confused cause they cant figure what they have caught or who from or tring to figure out who there babys daddie are...o and for a pointers dont try to change the other person unless. There drug addicted but seen so many get divoced over stupid stuff cause either the way they dressed or acted arund other people but just figured to share my experiance some last some dont but best of luck to any new love birds...sorry if stuff is misspelled hard to see on this cheap phone
lonely

Tucker, GA

#16 Dec 6, 2012
I've been married for 14 years, we've been through ALOT in those years but it's been over for a while now.. I can't forgive him for the things he has said and done to me... Although I have tried, I just came seem too. It sucks, it really does.
22yearsin

Hurley, VA

#17 Dec 13, 2012
I my case it's my wife ,we've just grown apart. Live I separate homes can't be in the same place for 20 minutes without arguing the kids are always gone.what am I expected to do? Still love her and the kids but only see her when she needs a booty call. Suggestions
lonely

United States

#18 Dec 13, 2012
I wouldn't even give her that, just my opinion

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#19 Dec 13, 2012
22yearsin wrote:
I my case it's my wife ,we've just grown apart. Live I separate homes can't be in the same place for 20 minutes without arguing the kids are always gone.what am I expected to do? Still love her and the kids but only see her when she needs a booty call. Suggestions
Can you remember what brought you two together and how you felt? If so, build on that memory and create a date night. I don't think you should beat yourself up. 22yrs is quite an accomplishment and marriage is hard. Remember, when marriage was created, the average person did not live much past 40. I'm not sure married for life is feasable. Removing the pressuure could be the key.
22yearsin

Prestonsburg, KY

#20 Dec 13, 2012
We were married when I turned 18 her 21 been with her over half my life ,but its getting hard to hold this together what ever I can do or give I do tell them Dailey or at least when I see them that I love them but I'm treated like a nuisance unless they need me for something even with her coming over for a booty call the fights start in the morning after. #overwhelmed. :(

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