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30 Days of Truth: Day 6

Something you hope you never have to do:

Someone I love is in the process of a divorce…

I hope I will never have to go through being separated or getting divorced. I know that many marriages aren’t surviving these days but I am hopeful that once I find my King, we will be together for the rest of our lives. I hate the whole idea of divorce and falling out of love with someone.  I hate to think about what divorce might do to a child who is caught in the middle. I know that it can’t always be avoided and I’m not one of those people who believes in staying in an unhappy situation just for the sake of saying you never gave up but…I really hate divorce.

I want to study love and marriage and find out what makes it last before I take that step with someone. I want to really know them and let them really know me. I don’t want to be just a statistic…anothing notch in the divorced count. I want my love and my marriage to last.


December 21, 2011 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Divorce is a horrible thing. It tears your life apart and the children do you really want to know?! I’ve yet to see one who hasn’t had any scars left. Of course the worse the divorce is the uglier the bruises are for the children. Helpless and innocent they are most of the time caught right in the middle. I wish you luck on your King! There are still good men out there and marriages that last forever! My grandparents been together over 50 years!

    Comment by serenityluv1 | December 22, 2011 | Reply

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