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      Karyn Olson wrote Dec 10, 2008
    • Believe it or not I almost did...not too long ago I started seeing him again after being separated for almost 10 years...it was like we were on a honeymoon...everything was perfect...but soon that honeymoon was over...all the old behaviors crept up and I saw that he had not changed one bit...I saw myself the way I was 10 years before...that was enough for me to give my head a shake and get the hell out of there!




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      (華娃娃) ChinaDoll wrote Dec 10, 2008
    • I’d like to answer to my situation and not to yours, just a little clarification 1st.
      In the beginning, when my ex betrayed me,
      I would beg for him to stay and claimed I would forget about the whole thing
      I just gave birth to my boy and he was a year old
      I did not want to be a single mom nor to feel any kind of abandonment
      He did not turn back
      Now, 18 years gone by, I shock my head
      and thank him for not wanting to be back.

      Your situation may be different and thus I can’t really provide any friendly advise or opinion.




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      Dee Dee Shaw wrote Dec 11, 2008
    • I am not sure I could take him back a first time if there was infidelity.
      The little rhyme
      fool me once, shame on you
      fool me twice, shame on me
      is simple but profound. Forgiving and trusting are two totally separate things. I might forgive with God’s help, but I don’t think I could trust. Without trust, there is no relationship...
      My personal feelings....but you’ll need to look to your heart for the real answer.




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      Vikki Hall wrote Dec 11, 2008
    • Do you mean a 2nd time after he cheated or something like that?  NOOOOOOOO! But that’s just me, my rules and how I choose to live. If you don’t follow the same rules then follow your heart, stand firm, and don’t allow anyone to make you feel bad for your choice.

      Now if you meant a 2nd chance at working out the relationship for other reasons. I’m all for it. My husband and I reconciled after a 3 yr separation and we have a better level of communication than before.




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Dec 11, 2008
    • Michele, I could say yes, I would or I could say no, not me never! But unless you are in the situation, you can never really know how you would feel.
      You will need to do some soul searching and figure out if he is worth another chance. Even, if you are willing to put yourself through it again.
      They say to follow your heart, but I believe you have to follow your head sometimes to better benefit yourself.
      Weigh the pros and cons of what your heart is telling you and then weigh them on what your head is telling you and see which could be better for YOU.
      Good luck and I wish the very best for you.
      Lisa




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      Dianne67 wrote Dec 11, 2008
    • Absolutely not!!!  Once it is over it is over for me!!  I have to still see my ex as we work on selling our home and I have no feelings for him.  

      Dianne




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      Jenz ~ wrote Dec 11, 2008
    • Exs are Exs for a reason.




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      Mz. Queen wrote Dec 11, 2008
    • Yes. I could take him back, but with changes and new rules, new goals, new friends, new family priorities.

        Short of murder and infidelity, some things are fixable

      much love
      47




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