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Sure, it is a good thought. But my question is that having identified and accepted the presence of disharmony, should one not happily proceed to separate and save time, money and use it on other goals of life.
I guess disharmony doesn't mean you shouldn't try to save your relation. My experience is you'll always regret if you didn't try to give everything you have, until total exhaustion.
It is a very beautiful answer giving a balanced approach to the issue. Your thoughts are worth reading more than once. Thank you. With your permission, I'd like to quote you if I ever write on this subject. Thanks
Sundeep Kataria, Feel free to quote me. Much of what I have said here comes from my book: My Cat Won't Bark! (A Relationship Epiphany) http://www.amazon.com/Cat-Wont-Bark-Relationship-E...
true true. Its a matter of weather you still love that person but every effort should still be made to make it work and then if it doesn't then divorce
I appreciate your larger view point crazymom3, of being considerate for other members of family - especially children. But imagine a situation where you would not like children to helplessly go through some bad experiences !
Very well said. Bondage and commitment are the pillars of a successful and happy marriage. Thank you.
that's crazy talk!