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... I think you should only try to stay in a marriage if it isn't a problem. But you have just clearly stated that having nothing in common with your husband is indeed a problem for you. It would be a problem for me, as well. I think it depends on what you want out of marriage. ... (6 replies)
... This often happens in couples who marry very young. ... (3 replies)
... If you do not try to save your marriage before throwing in the towel, you might find yourself somewhere down the road wondering "what if? ... (15 replies)

... Firstly, this staff member who is married and is always dragging married guys or guys who are in relationship along to bars is most likely taking these types of males with him as it gives him credibility. ... (12 replies)
... I think I need to clarify a few points here. First, SHE was the one who decided we were incompatible, not me. I knew from the start that we didn't have religion in common, but it wasn't an issue for me. After all, there are plenty of couples out there who don't share religion, yet they've managed just fine. ... (33 replies)
... hurting her to see her mother like this. It is hurting her that she can not do anything to help her mother. Im sure a part of this girl feels like she has failed in some way. I felt that way too... It takes a while to wake up and understand that "it's not you". ... (16 replies)
... As a summary, we've been together 8 months. I'm 29 and he is 33. We're not always in synch and have had some minor tiffs and normal bumps in the road, along with a big freakout on his behalf over the summer when we almost broke up because he was overwhelmed and afraid. ... (12 replies)
... I'm sorry, but this example you gave was just plain rude on his part...To take another woman's number in front of you. It's almost like he's trying to act like some type of rico suave around you. I know you said he's outgoing, but can't he tone it down a bit? ... (10 replies)
... It could be "Undecide done", if you simply separate syllables in a different way. ... (7 replies)
... There are many couples who find a common ground that has NOTHING whatsoever to do with religious differences. It all depends on how 'religious' they are. In general, people who are the polar ends of the spectrum cannot start a relationship, to begin with. ... (30 replies)
... al affair, but couldn't figure out if there was more. I spent the day with a friend yesterday, she went with me to the doctor, and then she spent hours confiding in me that she wanted a divorce and suspected that her husband is cheating on her. ... (86 replies)
... Firstly age gaps are nothing. I recently dealt with a customer who got married to a guy 12 yrs younger than her. He is 29 and she is 41. ... (5 replies)
... You talk like I can just go out and find a woman. Don't you think I have tried? ... (18 replies)
... m not at all interested in ever getting married or being committed to one guy anytime soon. ... (207 replies)
... I've chosen to go ahead and take a chance. Sure it might not work out, but perhaps for reasons that have nothing to do with religion. That's a lot better than looking back and wondering if you missed out on something. ... (30 replies)
... nce, but to you, it also reflects a lot of the other things about her personality and approach to life with which you are less than pleased. I think it is pretty common for couples who married when they were still so young, immature, and hadn't yet matured into adults to grow apart and in different directions later in life. ... (49 replies)
... I feel that people with a lot in common tend to have a more successful relationship because they both have the same idea of a good relationship. Someone who is quiet and introverted would do better with someone similar, rather than someone who is a party animal. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Heartland, yes I think what you say makes a lot of sense, and I certainly wasn't meaning to speak of anyone in particular with what I said! I really apologize for not being more sensitive or thoughtful in thinking about how that could apply to individual people here... ... (30 replies)
... ctually, not just possibly, irrelevant to him. If I was you, I'd be thinking, well gee thanks for the opportunity to be on your back burner and hope you pick me in the end even though when we started dating, you wanted to see me exclusively. I guess that was only until another option came up... ... (263 replies)
... Going out to dinner was Boring because he never had much to say, so I always had to find couples to go out with to keep my sanity.. ... (130 replies)

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