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Would you leave your spouse if your first love showed up in your life?

  1. Lady Summerset profile image77
    Lady Summersetposted 8 years ago

    Would you leave your spouse if your first love showed up in your life?

  2. lshilo profile image60
    lshiloposted 8 years ago

    That has actually happened to me! 
    No, I would definitely NOT leave my
    spouse, whom I love also and have
    built many happy years together with.
    It would just not be worth it.

  3. prabhjotbedi profile image78
    prabhjotbediposted 8 years ago

    No.
    Since your first love you & your first love have grown, have had life changing experiences.

    the person you remember is no longer there.

  4. Lady Summerset profile image77
    Lady Summersetposted 8 years ago

    Greetings Prabhjotbedi and Ishilo

    Thanks for your comments.

    Prabhjotbedi, I feel a lot of people would come from the angle that you pose.  It is a very logical way to see it.

    Ishilo,
    I was FLOORED by your response!  Did your spouse know? or Did you tell her?

  5. jeffreyhouser profile image52
    jeffreyhouserposted 8 years ago

    NO BECAUSE YOU PROBABLY ALREADY FELL IN LOVE WITH YOUR SPOUSE AN HE IS TO LATE WEN YOU BOTH FIRST BROKE UP YOU DONT NO IF HE STILL HAVE SUMONE YOU WOULD HAVE TO JUST TELL HIM THAT YOU HAVE SUMONE AN YOU IS  IN LOVE WITH THAT PERSON

  6. profile image0
    reeltaulkposted 8 years ago

    lmao damn......  But if the person I married is just my spouse and we have a mutual respect for each other.  Of course!  Many marriages are arranged as well as for business purposes.  If I didnt marry for Love and the Love of my life came back in my life...without a doubt!

  7. jl842009 profile image50
    jl842009posted 8 years ago

    Due to the complexity of my history with the first love, I have tried to settle for 25 years and when she came back I couldn't say no. I have had some good times with my partner but my first love completes me and we have realised that we both lived separately but never forgetting each other. The love I have for my first love is just too strong, I think it comes back to my old fashioned thought that I wanted to love one and die with the same. I am in the process to move on and have discussed this with my partner, until I meet my responsibilities then I will move forward.

  8. padmendra profile image45
    padmendraposted 7 years ago

    No, not all. Your past love is history and there is no place for history in life of someone. You can recollect your past love but if you tend to live for your first love, you will be destroying the lives of yours as well as your spouse and children if they are there.Dont allow to come such feelings inside your heart.

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