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Would you ever consider marrying someone who had been married not once, but twice, before?
why not. just because past marriages didn't work, it doesn't mean a future one is not possible.
Circumstances come into play, but chances are, someone who goes through marriages like new clothes probably isn't someone I'd marry.
Yes, but I would wonder why the others failed. My decision would be on who the person is and on why they got divorced. Does that same person exists today that existed during the failed attempts? Were they to blame fully/partly. There are a number of factors to consider.
I did with horrible circumstances. There is a reason people marrying more then once and unfortunately, I fit this pattern too. Long story...
If you love that person and the feeling is mutual, why not? You know this person, and they probably have told you why the other two marriages didn't work out. Learn from the mistakes.
If the first two husbands died under mysterious circumstances I'd have to take a lot of things into consideration, like how hot she is and does she have money.
If the first two husbands wanted to divorce her I'd have to say no, you're only looking for trouble.
If she was the one who wanted one or more divorces I'd have to again decline the offer, no mater how much she begged me to marry her.
She's really hot and/or has money. Did I mention that before?...
I, personally, wouldn't be interested in a twice-divorced person.
Either they have such poor judgment in whom they want to spend their life with, OR they are lousy to be with themselves, but life's too short to spend MY life with this type of person.
tough question. Gut says no, heart says I don't know. My mind asks is divorce a problem solving skill? Very good question.
to me it would depend on what were the causes of the failed marriages. Like if both times the person cheated on their significant other it would be completely different if the marriages were over because both time they married for the wrong reasons.
Yes. Sometimes it takes a couple times before you get it right
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