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Default Re: My wife wants a divorce

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Op. I really hope your wife changes her mind. All married couples go through times like these. They are normal. Does your wife realize that Love is a Choice not an emotion? I have a very good friend of mine over here in Iraq, who is going thru a similar situation. And he is not even around her to rectify it. There are mixed signals with both of them. I brought this up to him if he realized it. Turns our, he had forgotten its a choice. Totally turned his outlook around! My hope is, that when we get back to the states, He and his Wife can work things out. If you are willing, and it sounds like you are, and if She is willing, your marriage just may be saved. If its possible for you two to do the work, the emotions should return in time. Since their has been no affair, there really is NO good reason to divorce. Peace and prayers for you.
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No, that is opinion, and in any event, truth should be delivered with charity.
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Youv'e already lost her. Shes not interested and is going to frustrate you until you give up.

Why, because women do not like guys without a spinal system


Truth is Truth...may as well know.
Not Charitable at all. In fact, no mater what grains of truth which might have been said are lost in that non-charity.

These posts fail the charity test. Many people get turned away from Christianity and Catholicism for just such uncharity. We have a mission here at CAF. It is not to exhibit power over those that struggle but to help them discover the true love of God. Here are the forum rules. Please be advised to follow them in the future. Many have prided themselves in the "tell it like I see it" methods and are no longer here.
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