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Cookie_Parker

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#41 Nov 30, 2012
Punisher wrote:
<quoted text>5 times? Really?
While I dont really care...but how'd you not know by the end of #3, at the very least, that you sucked at it? Ive broken a fair number of bones in my body over the course of nearly 50 years - but never the same way twice...
are you married now?
Word of advice...take with a grain of salt. This is a sock..and in all probability a male.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

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#42 Nov 30, 2012
Seriously__ wrote:
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Adultery and abuse aside:
1. Faults and imperfections of the other spouse.
2. Faults and imperfections of the other spouse.
Legalistically speaking for a Christian, abuse can lead to separation or divorce yet both parties are to remain celibate post separation or divorce in order to avoid sin.
Thank you for the clarification.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

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#43 Nov 30, 2012
Punisher wrote:
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Not looking to judge, or fight, or anything, but these sorts of things fascinate me, cause I know others like you. Didnt you know these other men were controlling? Were you blinded by love, or were they real good at hiding their true natures?
Cause I never met a "controller" female (or male) that I didnt see after I got to know them...and once recognized I would walk. It took me a long time to find my wife, as perhaps I was a controller magnet for a while. But I just kept walking...
The whole thing just fascinates me.
I loved them each and everyone and at the time I was young, attractive and formally educated which attracted successful men. All of my husbands were several years older than me. Each of them on the west coast lavished me and sweep me off my feet. I had no intentions of marrying my 6th husband and actually dated him for two years while I was finishing my education on the east coast and thought I would be returning to California after graduation. My beloved husband was so different from my first five. He didn't try to impress me and actually took interest in me as a person and treated me as his equal whereas my 5 prior, in my opinion, though of me as a trophy wife and tried to control me like I was property and they owned me which did not set well with me at all considering I was career oriented.

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#44 Dec 2, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
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I loved them each and everyone and at the time I was young, attractive and formally educated which attracted successful men. All of my husbands were several years older than me. Each of them on the west coast lavished me and sweep me off my feet. I had no intentions of marrying my 6th husband and actually dated him for two years while I was finishing my education on the east coast and thought I would be returning to California after graduation. My beloved husband was so different from my first five. He didn't try to impress me and actually took interest in me as a person and treated me as his equal whereas my 5 prior, in my opinion, though of me as a trophy wife and tried to control me like I was property and they owned me which did not set well with me at all considering I was career oriented.
Now days, many women would die for the 5 men you threw away...

“Invisible Pink Unicorn”

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#45 Dec 2, 2012
Time and Space wrote:
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Now days, many women would die for the 5 men you threw away...
Really, you know women that want to be cheated on by a screw anything with a heart beat male. Maybe get an STD from cheating man as a reward.

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#46 Dec 2, 2012
Jammercolo wrote:
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Really, you know women that want to be cheated on by a screw anything with a heart beat male. Maybe get an STD from cheating man as a reward.
We're only hearing one side of the story...

But from what they have shared thus far...they were basically riseing up educationally...and possibly just married these men for 'stability'...a place to stay while they continued their education...

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#47 Dec 2, 2012
And yes...I see many women living on the lower economic scale, working at Popeyes chicken or Burger world...who would die for a 'Prince Charming' type...with money...

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

Since: Sep 10

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#48 Dec 3, 2012
Jammercolo wrote:
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Really, you know women that want to be cheated on by a screw anything with a heart beat male. Maybe get an STD from cheating man as a reward.
Good point.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

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#49 Dec 3, 2012
Time and Space wrote:
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Now days, many women would die for the 5 men you threw away...
I agree they were all successful. My 5th husband never remarried but did have a child while we were married which is the reason I divorced him.

“Invisible Pink Unicorn”

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#50 Dec 3, 2012
Time and Space wrote:
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We're only hearing one side of the story...
But from what they have shared thus far...they were basically riseing up educationally...and possibly just married these men for 'stability'...a place to stay while they continued their education...
GodSmacked married 6 times filed for divorce 5 times.

Then Time and Space said "Now days, many women would die for the 5 men you threw away..." to which I replied " Really, you know women that want to be cheated on by a screw anything with a heart beat male. Maybe get an STD from cheating man as a reward.

My question now is, Who is "They" in your reply?

“Howdy How”

Since: Jan 09

Hayward, CA

#51 Dec 5, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
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That is your theory however I see it much differently. I, personally, will not ever allow a man to control my life in any way whatsoever. If you have an open marriage then it is not cheating and that may be the case with you however I personally did not tolerate adultery at all and did, on my 6th marriage, find undying love.
An open marriage means it's ok to have sex outside the marriage and sorry that is wrong dear man. If you think giving the head of the home to the man for him to lead is wrong, that is your opinion not mine. I for one am a FAITHFUL wife to one man. This is our first marriage and it is for LIFE. I didn't marry for money.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

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#53 Dec 5, 2012
I am Servant wrote:
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An open marriage means it's ok to have sex outside the marriage and sorry that is wrong dear man. If you think giving the head of the home to the man for him to lead is wrong, that is your opinion not mine. I for one am a FAITHFUL wife to one man. This is our first marriage and it is for LIFE. I didn't marry for money.
I stated "If you had an open marriage" I personally did not and divorced my 5th husband for adultery.

I see you are fixated with the idea of marrying for money. It is obvious that is your real issue here. I am so terrible sorry about your finical issues however I do know the recipe for good living and have shared a couple of the ingredients. Anyone can build wealth if they know how to. My 6th husband wasn't wealth by any means however he did move back to run the family business and did very well at it building wealth for both of us. Wealth takes time IAS you have to learn to live within your means and save at least 30 percent of your total income year over year and try to keep debt as low as possible focusing on paying it off instead of lavish trips, cars etc....

Hopefully that will help you understand how to build wealth. I would also recommended real-estate at the moment because it is so very cheap. I purchased an ocean front condominium in Puerto Rico for a third of its appraisal due to how bad the housing market is and this condominium was less than two years. I am certain it will pay for itself in rent.

“The Topix Legend of "GS8"!”

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#54 Dec 5, 2012
Jammercolo wrote:
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GodSmacked married 6 times filed for divorce 5 times.
?
Yes I did and I do not follow what you are asking me about that.

“Pancakes and eggs...”

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#55 Dec 5, 2012
GodSmacked wrote:
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Yes I did and I do not follow what you are asking me about that.
You've been married five times...so your kind of an 'expert' so to speak, on certain relationship dynamics...

Question:

What dynamic changes between a man/woman when they go from being friends to husband and wife?

Why does the friendship often thrive, but the marriage fizzles out?

(of course not in all cases)

Looking back...what changed between your dateing these men, and getting along, and then getting married...

Was it expectation?...is that what changes...

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