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    General question. What would be enough for you to make the decision to split with your spouse or partner ? I'm not talking about girlfriends and boyfriends here in relatively short relationships less that a year or more. I'm talking about married couples or long term partners, maybe with children.

    So what would be enough to push you over the edge and say fuck this ?

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    I'm married so long now I don't think there is anything that would . : doc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    General question. What would be enough for you to make the decision to split with your spouse or partner ? I'm not talking about girlfriends and boyfriends here in relatively short relationships less that a year or more. I'm talking about married couples or long term partners, maybe with children.

    So what would be enough to push you over the edge and say fuck this ?
    If I woke up everyday feeling lonely even when I am laid next to my partner, it is time to go. Equally if it gets to the stage where our differences outweigh our interests. Life is far far too short to spend it unhappy.
    If life gives you lemons ask for Tequila

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    Too short to spend it alone, either...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousey View Post
    Too short to spend it alone, either...?
    Being part of an unhappy duo is far far worse than being alone. Imo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Being part of an unhappy duo is far far worse than being alone. Imo.
    I agree, if that's the limit of the argument. But if the duo can work together to somehow turn their unhappiness into happiness, it might be better than dying with regrets. Mustn't die with regrets.

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    Some relationships become extent its not always that someone done anything wrong or is to blame. People change from year to year, dreams change. Couples grow or drift appart. Always follow you dreams if your partner is in your dreams, fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousey View Post
    I agree, if that's the limit of the argument. But if the duo can work together to somehow turn their unhappiness into happiness, it might be better than dying with regrets. Mustn't die with regrets.
    Marriage is hard work. If everyone gave up on it at the first problem there would be no couples left. However I have seen far too many people stay in dead or dying marriages for so many silly reasons, slowly becoming more bitter and angry with each passing year but afraid to do anything about it, fear of the unknown and being alone usually factored in there somewhere. I would marry you tomorrow though Mouse
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    I would marry you tomorrow though Mouse
    Go on, tell everybody why

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mousey View Post
    Go on, tell everybody why


    Nope.
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