I believe you can. For one thing, you have more experience the second time around and can keep from making the mistakes you made before. Plus, we find out after a loss (divorce or death) that a lot of the things we made issues of in our previous relationship, are actually trivial and not worth disrupting the peace of our homes.
Absolutely...in fact, I think the odds are in your favor especially if you have been honest with yourself and what you are looking for in a mate and a marriage. The first time we get married, we have no reference other than just luck and blind faith. Ultimately, you and your spouse need to be the best of friends as well as lovers. The friendship will get you through the times when the love will not bridge the gap. Friendship breeds trust and trust builds love in the end. Hope this helps, Best of luck. WB
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