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Friday, November 26, 2010

Major doubts before walking down the aisle?

I once met a man who had just proposed to girlfriend after dating a few years. I asked him if he was excited to be married, and he replied , "She will make a good first wife". Not surprisingly, two years later, they had a  bitter divorce. He was left emotionally scarred and financially devastated.


Before marrying her, he admitted to having doubts about their relationship. They tended to fight a lot and their compatibility was questionable, but because they had already been dating for a few years - he thought the next sensible step was marriage.


He had doubts before the marriage, but completely ignored the little voice.

Another great example of this is Jenny Sanford and her cheating husband Mark Sanford.
He didn't want to promise faithfulness before marrying her:
"Mark told me that he didn’t want to use a wedding vow that included the promise to be faithful. He was worried in some odd nagging way, he said, that he might not be able to remain true to that vow. "


Do NOT IGNORE RED FLAGS 
Do NOT IGNORE RED FLAGS 
Do NOT IGNORE RED FLAGS
Do NOT IGNORE RED FLAGS


I'll be frank with you: if you chose to ignore your doubts and move forward with marriage, you are very likely to end up in hell. Now, would you rather be married in hell, or single and still have freedom to find a wonderful man?









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