Have you divorced but are not scared to marry again? Why?
Have you been married once, twice, or maybe more? What did you learn from those marriages that will help you make a better choice next time?
What my divorce told me is you can't change anyone. My divorce was caused by dishonesty, therefore disrespect. How can you respect someone and lie to them over and over? What my divorce has done to me is leave me with huge trust issues. And yes, I am afraid to marry again.
Chin up J, I went through the same in my first marriage and really had to take some time for self, I still scrutinize people (words and actions) but am happy to report there is a light at the end of the tunnel. There are good people left out there.
I believe the number one cause for divorce is and always has been (selecting the wrong mate). Each of us chooses our own friends, lovers, and spouse.
A divorce is nothing more than one or both people reaching the conclusion a (mistake) was made. When it comes to relationships/marriage it's not about who is "right" or "wrong" but rather about "agree" or "disagree".
The goal is to find someone who (naturally agrees) with us on the major things in life and shares our same values. In order to accomplish this we must (Know ourselves, Love ourselves, and Trust ourselves). There are over (7 billion people) on this planet! When someone gives up on finding love or marriage it's not because there aren't any "good men/women" out there but rather a lack of faith that one has the ability (select) the "right mate" for them self.
Hopefully from each failed relationship/divorce we learn more about ourselves and gain wisdom to make better choices in the future. The reason why people get married again is because they refuse to give up on their dream.
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