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Do you remember your first “true” love?   If so, do you regret anything about that relationship?
What did you take away from that relationship if that is not the person you are married to?

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My first love was a guy called Tony Wilson and I took away from the relationship my daughter – he was a magical man who lit up a room and made everything seem exquisite...... he wasn't a great relationship man and not someone who you could plan a life with ........ sad to part as lovers but a loyal and trusting friend I miss him dearly ..........I have no regrets other than I wished we could have grown old together


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      Esther Bloom wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • My first True Love --- I regret that I can't find him today. I have been looking for him just to see how life is for him. I will always love that boy and man, we did hook up later in life.




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      Kmarie wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • My first true love, Imet when I was in the 7th grade, we dated until my sophmore year in college. I really was too young. He was a great guy, everything I was reared to belive that I should marry. We broke up  due to social pressures. People wanted me to date more before setiling down. I regret that I gave into that pressure. He really was a great guy.




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      UK Girl wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • My first love was a guy called Tony Wilson and I took away from the relationship my daughter – he was a magical man who lit up a room and made everything seem exquisite...... he wasn't a great relationship man and not someone who you could plan a life with ........ sad to part as lovers but a loyal and trusting friend I miss him dearly ..........I have no regrets other than I wished we could have grown old together




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      Denise Richardson wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • Yes I do remember him, he was the best lover I have to admit that I have ever had in my life thus far, not taking anything from my hubby but there are just some things some won’t do and this guy and my chemistry was just so in tuned, the only thing I regret from that relationship is the fact that he eventually began to cheat, and may he rest in peace.




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      UK Girl wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • Oh Teeky ..... that’s happened to my friend ..




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      Michelle Walker wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • My first true love was never my boyfriend but my best friend MSN. I was so in love with him and honestly he has become the bar for those to come!  

      This man oozed loved and not in the willy nilly kinda way, but in his ACTIONS. He is the one who has helped solidify my understanding of what love is and is not.  I still love him and hope the man of my future is just like him.




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      Msedie wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • My 1st true love, I was going to spend the rest of my life with. I was so crazy about him. We were together for a while. One day I caught him with another girl and I beat the living crap out of him, it took 3 guys to pull me off of him. I moved on, but saw him much later in life. I was shopping for my kids and he was outside the toy store panhandling. LMAO! estatic Poetic Justice!




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      Doreen XoXo wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • I am still with my first true love.  Our love is so deep. We’ve been through hell and back and through so many trials and tribulations between family and friends and our children.  We are still holding on and still strong.  Don’t get me wrong, he pisses me off to no end and I cant understand where he is coming from many times and Im sure I do the same to him but at the end of the day, I cant imagine my life without him.  

      xoxo




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      Jenz ~ wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • Yes. We‘re still close friends to this day. happy




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      Jenni0811 wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • Tori...LOL... with all this lovey dovey talk.....your story is a hoot!!  Actually, I have a similar one in that the #1 popular gal in HS turned out to be gay (not that there’s anything wrong with that) and the Football quarterback....her “king” at all the dances...rumor has it became an exotic dancer.....    OK, this has nothing to do with me....  

      I think I posted already that my “first love” in grade school was an unrequited love....even though I made a voodoo doll of him out of sticks and crab apples and carried it around with me all of 2nd grade.....  hahahahaha




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      Sunnysd wrote Feb 16, 2009
    • I do remember my frist love and my “first. Great guy, he was really good to me.  I saw him several years ago. He still looked great.  But I heard he’s gotten married since then.  I wish him well and will always have a special place in my heart for him.




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      Owlmaria wrote Feb 17, 2009
    • I actually married my 1st true love, my ex. The only good that came out of 12 years of hell were my two sons!!!!!!!




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      Tina Hengen wrote Mar 25, 2009
    • My first Love was the love of my life, the father of my oldest two children and my entire world. He got killed in a car accident when he was 23, I was 21. I doubt I will ever have a love like that again. Somedays it still feels like it just happened and it’s been 20 years. He was the life of the party everywhere he went, and his smile would light up an entire room. He never had a bad thing to say about anybody, and he was a good samaritan and a very good father. What I learned was that life is very short and in a blink of an eye, it can turn up-side down. Live life to the fullest, live everyday like it’s your last, forget about yesterday, and tomorrow is a blank page, it’s up to you what you fill your page up with.




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