Let me ask all of you this....Most of you are going through an actual divorce or separation. You've been married but now it's over. You know the pain, the endless nights of lonliness, self doubt and even anger. Some of you even have kids that you either have to parent alone now or don't even get to see. There is a lot of talk about making payments, lawyers and other financial difficulties as a result of this split. So, knowing what you've been through, would you be willing to risk feeling like this again if you found someone who says they love and adore you? Would you commit to another person the same way again?
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