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  m00sh  |  0

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  darseidia  |  0

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  pcentral  |  17

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By  shellzy  |  15

What I can glean through context in this post is that you probably wait all of one year to get married and when that didn't work the first time, you did the same thing again. You're obviously a genius. Take a lesson from your son.

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  DjeePee  |  24

Or he was married for, let's say, 15 years, divorced, and remarried a year after that, whilst the boyfriend had his girlfriend on the age of 14, till now (rare, but they exist.) Then it would be just one quick marriage. We can only guess, but whatever the case might be, it's always a good idea to wait a couple of years before marriage. I also have the feeling that OP waited only one year, and boy, that's short.

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  bachooka  |  5

marriages can be quick. OP probably was married, cheated, divorced, married the person they cheated with... and then was surprised when that didn't work out... because you know it was a relationship based on honesty! lol.

By  amh721  |  0

That's what you get for rushing into marriages. Why don't people stop and think before marrying the first moron that walks by. You sound like trailer trash.

By  gabbiechaoss  |  5

so? at least hes able to keep a relationship and isnt following your example (or your ex husbands). he could be going through girls like a homeless person goes through garbage.

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  ChaoticQuiet  |  11

No... That wasn't OP's point... OP's point was to convey how pathetic it was that his/her son could hold down a steady relationship longer than the OP him/herself.

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