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Use your own judgment but remember, people are never perfect and all we can do is hope for and plan for the best with our significant others.

The first time my husband and I said “ I love you” to one another, we were at a party; drunk, and in a bathroom (of all places).

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Divorce does not always mean that people stop loving each other.

It’s just that they no longer love each other in a romantic way.

You want reassurances about your relationship but there are none, there never are. Two people reveal everything to one another and hope that their partner will hold and cherish everything they learn about themselves. I am not sure that these pictures mean that you have to feel suspicious.

Entering into an intimate relationship always carriess some risk. He hasn’t hidden the fact that he has the pictures. Remember, he has told you how much better it is for him to be with you than his ex. All anyone can do is have faith in their lover and go on from there.

” or I suppose more appropriately, “why do you honor that person” -- the answer isn’t tied to something you can list, hold on to, or share a photograph of. While “ Namaste” is hard, the truth of the matter is that it’s okay.

It’s okay to be vulnerable, and probably less offensive to everyone else in class if you continue to wear clothes.

He did say, the other day, that he was sorry he got married. I asked him the other night if he would go back to her if he was guaranteed she wouldn’t do anything like she did in the past. I said so its not that you don’t love her and he just said well he doesn’t trust her and it’s the same thing.

He said, “trust me you’ve no idea what life was like with her, no way would I go back. I don’t want to get hurt again, it took me nearly 8 years to get over my last partner whom I was deeply in-love with and we have a child together but he has nothing to do with her.

“ I love you” is simple.“ Namaste,” on the other hand, is a word that is tied to the ultimate respect for another person that is based not upon who they are, and what they say or do, but their very presence in this life.

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