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Don't live without a wedding, because it makes no sense - you'll part anyway, such relationships are the bottom line

Sometimes I read or hear someone using terms: "my girlfriend/my boyfriend", "partner" and so on. It is not difficult to conclude that they are more suitable for a limited liability company than love... The strangest thing is that among people living in informal relationships, one often encounters surprise and disappointment at the departure of a cuban/cuban. But does it make sense to wonder that the "trial" does not last forever? Many are afraid of lasting relationships, consider the wedding a "paper" and then complain about the lack of satisfaction and love in fleeting adventures. It reminds us of an old story about a fox that wanted to pick grapes, and when he failed to do so because they grew too high, he convinced other animals that he never really wanted them because they were sour. "Love to try" without responsibility, trust and the prospect of being together forever, ends in loneliness and disappointment.

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I've heard about the "church divorce," but only from the mouths of people who don't know much about the Church. In KK, there is an annulment of marriage. You're gonna write me right here that everyone works with... ...and only priests take money... :')
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If the same woman can be annulled several times, why talk about inseparability? I wonder if the author is married or just pouring out his farmhouses?
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The nullity of a marriage is always stated when it takes place, it is obvious.
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We have freedom, and that's why I don't force anyone to do anything, but neither does freedom make sense if you assume that every choice is just as good.
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And you're gonna decide on other people's choices? A better cohabitation where the couple is on an equal footing in their duties or a marriage where a man pours a woman and a woman has to obey because the Bible says so?
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It's rather a vision of freedom, or rather a fantasy based on fulfilling one's desires, without moral principles, that is, why not beating your wife...
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A statement: "We have freedom and that's why I'm not forcing anyone to do anything..." doesn't prove that I want to decide about other people's choices, and nothing in this confession proves that. I present here my point in... expand your comments, just like you do in your comms. The Bible prescribes love, even in marriage. If anyone implements the commandments of the Bible, he will certainly not beat his wife.
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Maybe I'll show you more of this. You write, e.g.: "In confessions, indicate that you are their author, because it is a pity to comment on such crap...". You judge the quality of a religion not on the basis of what it is, but t... unfold the commentary by whom it is written. That doesn't prove a shameful argument...
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Paradoxically (for you) it follows that you don't know what true love is;) you want to get married just so that it is actually yours, literally, because you had it as an object and you have a "receipt" for it... please make a comment." Tie on a leash and ask her to not throw you out even if you're an asshole.
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Another fucking confession? All his confessions on the same hoof... I absolutely disagree with you. I have a husband, we got married for love, but after the wedding I don't see any difference (and all the luck!) in our relationship... Explain the comment - we haven't started trying harder or harder. Apart from the wedding ring on your finger and the change of name is more or less the same - so if the couple does not decide to get married for some reason - they cannot be condemned! They may love each other the same or even more than people after marriage :)
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The fact that you have to insultingly twist my nickname and write nonsense, that all my confessions are "on the same hoof", although if I wanted to check how many of them you associate would quickly turn out to be little i.e.... expand your comment only on those in which I have taken up counter-verbal topics, it indicates the impotence of a serious discussion, but you have raised a few concrete issues, so I will refer to them: first of all, show me where I condemn anyone here (as you suggest in the end; the Dalai Lama anathema is already easier to find in your coma...). Experience is not discussed, but since you got married, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that in your concept, it made some sense, or even that you considered it better than not.
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