Remarrying

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Re: Remarrying

Unread postby Havalu7 » Sun Mar 12, 2017 5:54 am

It's a package deal.
"No." is a complete sentence.

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Re: Remarrying

Unread postby Phoenix853 » Tue Mar 14, 2017 1:54 pm

Prices are cheaper if you book ahead of your Luxury cruise liner. I get that.
But, Your talking 2 years down the road. so much could happen by then.

The ship could sink, there's Somali pirates, Different cruises offering more activities then the current cruise, or different destinations.

Lets try and focus on the current sail boat and pond and ride the wave....for a bit. Lets see how choppy the water gets before taking the cruise on the big liner.
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Re: Remarrying

Unread postby spritom » Thu Mar 23, 2017 1:06 pm

If your Ex is sane, then remarraige won't affect parenting time/custody/ex-dealing stuff much
Then again, if your Ex was sane, you may not have been on these boards in the first place.
Some NJ-Ex's up their game if they see you being happy or whatnot.

Even in the best of circumstances, it means some close-working with your kids on some things (there's a reason the Parent Trap movies did well).

And The Brady Bunch isn't an instructional video.
In the best of circumstances, mixing families is harrrrrrd.

I know several guys personally that are in the "never gonna get married again" thing. And they have very logical reasoning why too. (and more than just rockin' the Tinder several nights a week)

Methinks there's a piece of us that's wired for connection. Whether online, softball team, or whatever, humans just go for that in some shape in different ways/levels. There's some reason why our species has gravitated for the marriage thing over the millennia.

Whether you rent, lease, or buy, you're still paying for it.
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Re: Remarrying

Unread postby whatever_works » Thu Mar 23, 2017 4:26 pm

spritom wrote:Methinks there's a piece of us that's wired for connection. Whether online, softball team, or whatever, humans just go for that in some shape in different ways/levels. There's some reason why our species has gravitated for the marriage thing over the millennia.


I'll check out the video later. But I was just listening to my audio book "Your Brain At Work by David Rock." And he said the same thing. Researchers used to think that social necessities came much lower in human needs. But new research is showing that the need for social connections is right up there with survival needs (hunger) for the brain. We are hard wired for socializing.
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Re: Remarrying

Unread postby Trevor » Thu Mar 23, 2017 4:38 pm

Then there are those who resonate like this:
Albert Einstein wrote:"I live in that solitude which is painful in youth, but delicious in the years of maturity."
"Personal density is directly proportional to temporal bandwidth."
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Re: Remarrying

Unread postby Havalu7 » Fri Mar 24, 2017 10:03 am

Great quote sir!
"No." is a complete sentence.

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