Is it right to get married with a person, who was deeply in love with someone else?
It is said that love happens only once. So is it right to get married with a person who loved someone else a lot before meeting you?
I don't think love works quite that way. If that was true, then consider how a mother or father could love all of their children.
If this person loved another person deeply, the warning sign to me would be if they were truly over that person. I once dated a fellow who I fell madly in love with. He broke my heart, and it took a long time to get over him. He ended up marrying someone who he had known for a shorter time and had a child with her. I was deeply crushed.
I think the question to ask is, "is this person in to you?"
If the person really loved someone else, they can certainly still love you too. I would just make sure they are completely over the other person before marrying him/her, because otherwise, the relationship is not starting off on a solid ground.
It depends on the person, their personality etc...Some one who say has lost his.her spouse to a disease and was with them a long amount of time can probably keep his love for his dead spouse and his new love....but, like I said, it depends on his/her personality.....
Who said love only happens once? People fall in love again all the time after breakups and divorces!
Love is experienced more than once, falling in love with another happens after break ups and divorces, it is possible to open your hear to another and still love them in a special way.
I would say in the case of a man or woman being widowed, it is okay to marry. But if the person of deep love is still walking the earth, I would steer clear. The heart is a very deep and sensitive ocean within the body. If you are thinking of marrying, you had better make sure that your body of water has only two ships navigating it's waters. Typhoons, tyrannical waves, and icebergs will always be there. But the third ship will always get in the way.
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