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  • February 10, 2020 at 6:10 pm

    Good points.
    Spent many many years trying to make difficult marriage work..WTF?
    If it had any real element of natural harmony then we could have sashayed and danced rather than painfully worked thru this till our respective lights went out .
    Various background issues, both of us , precluded this.
    No its not her fault or mine. No gripes here.
    However, habits formed and natural homeostasis lie waiting after divorce.
    Years later, deep wounds healed by time, and thinking perhaps the secret to real love and harmony in a relationship is created by an unsound emo left field lunge.
    Ah sweet mystery of life at last I have found you?
    Apparently Cupid is a rotten shot…but does that really matter?


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