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  • January 11, 2014 at 3:58pm

    Exactly! Lack of trust, is to a marriage, what cancer is the body. Always be truthful and never give a reason to doubt.

  • January 11, 2014 at 3:56pm

    #6 Remember what it was that brought you together in the first place. Make a point to recall fond memories of the early part of the relationship- Always makes me smile no matter how heated an argument gets.

  • January 11, 2014 at 3:52pm

    My husband and I met in August 1993 we were married November 7, 1993. Just celebrated 20 years. And we are not just happily married. We are totally inlove with each other. He is my best friend.

  • January 11, 2014 at 3:44pm

    LOL- I was thinking the same.

  • January 11, 2014 at 3:42pm

    I hope you are kidding.

  • January 11, 2014 at 3:39pm

    of marriage. I don’t know why these words were cut off as it was exactly 1500 characters with spaces.

  • January 11, 2014 at 3:36pm

    There is no big secret to having a successful and very happy marriage. It’s common sense really. It may sound cliché’ but TRUST is the most important factor. I trust that my spouse won’t cheat. I trust that my husband didn’t mean to hurt my feelings when he said or did whatever it was that made me mad in the first place. Having a good, long MEMORY. Never forget what it was that brought you together in the first place. Every SINGLE day, I take a few minutes to just think about my husband. Sometimes it’s just recalling a fond memory of the first time we met. Other times I just think about how hard he works for me and the kids. I work hard too, but that is not the point of the exercise. You see- I can control my level of commitment to our relationship and there is nothing spectacular about that. I cannot; however, control or influence his level of commitment. So, the fact that he gets up and goes to work every day to provide for his family (when there are a lot of other men out there who are dead beats) is quite spectacular to me. FORGIVENESS: neither of you are perfect and from time to time each of you will do something that requires a sincere apology and heart-felt forgiveness of the other. Finally- SEX! I don’t know why it is so important, I just know that it is. So, make sure you are fulfilling each other’s needs in this area- even when you are not particularly in the mood, are too tired, or are too busy.

    I am still madly in love with my husband after 20 years o

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  • December 20, 2013 at 10:07pm

    You know, the word “whatever” is not that bad. Obviously, it just means the person using it is backing down, like admitting they cannot validate their point- just sayin.

  • November 22, 2013 at 6:46pm

    Is she in jail? No, she is not. The 2nd amendment protects the citizen from going to jail or being executed because io something he/she said.

    Look at it this way, her former employer has assisted her in choosing a more suitable career path as it is evident that customer service is NOT her strongest suit.

    I just recently resigned my customer service/receptionist position as I start a new job in December. Answering phones, especially multiple phone lines that light up every few seconds is not easy. But, the problem with today’s youth is they believe 1) That they are OWED a job. 2) That the job (regardless of the training, education, or experience needed to execute it properly) should render 6-figure incomes and 3) Only minimal work should be expected.

    Young people- please listen up! Whatever, seemingly, meaningless job you may feel you are in presently, work at it with all your heart. Show up early and stay late. Find one thing about your job that you believe is truly important and make it your goal every day to master it. Challenge yourself every single day. Even if your boss or supervisor cannot recognize what a well done job you did on a particular task, you can go home at the end of the day with pride that you didn’t yell back at the angry customer, or you didn’t leave a job unfinished, or whatever the challenge of that day is. You did the best you could. Trust me though. People will notice, and you will move up.

  • November 19, 2013 at 11:20pm

    Add? Yours is the only apology I have read. And you are so right. If a person is acquitted of a crime today, but is arrested for something else tomorrow, it does negate the previous acquittal. As we ALL know, if suspicions arise over one thing you MUST be guilty of EVERYTHING.

    I certainly hope you NEVER sit on a jury.

  • November 19, 2013 at 11:05pm


    She was not locked out of her house. Do you call yourself locked out of your house if you have your keys with you? I know I, as well as most people, don’t. The girlfriend had the keys, she gave them to the officers.

    I think that anyone who dates Zimmerman right now is out of their head stupid and just begging for drama. Not because I think he was guilty of killing Martin for anything other than self defense, but because I believe the whole ordeal has created massive issues for him. First, whether it was self defense or not, killing a person is not something that weighs lightly on the mind. Add that to the fact that Martin was still a young person and it is even more difficult. Added still, that there is a gigantic bullseye on your head and you’re going through a nasty divorce- just too much. I think he may actually snap. But Zimmerman NEEDS to leave the state of Florida already. That is, if he can make it out alive. He’s disarmed now. Those seeking a misguided justice for Martin have an easier target now.

  • November 5, 2013 at 9:35pm

    I DON”T CARE! I do not care if they have found drugs up his butt 1000 times before. You can’t go to the extent that these officers and medical NON-professionals did. You can’t go to the lengths of enema’s and colonoscopies.

    That said, why didn’t you provide the link? Am I to take YOU at just your word?

  • November 5, 2013 at 9:16pm

    Wow, are you really that stupid? Do you think the warrant just happened to state that “oh, and if you can’t find drugs by probing his anal cavity with your fingers, 2 x-rays, and 3 enemas, it is okay to do a medical procedure that many patients need a cardiac clearance for. Where in the hell do you live that you think that any of what that guy went through is okay?

  • November 5, 2013 at 9:11pm

    How did it get this bad?
    These officers broke their first law by taking the guy into custody with no more than to go on but a hunch. They knew they were in the wrong and HAD to come up with something. The officer that submitted for the cavity search may have even lied in his affidavit to the judge, believing that when the drugs were found his outlandish actions would be vindicated. But after each procedure revealed no drugs, they had to step it up a notch. There is a big difference between a cavity search and colonoscopy. I work in cardiology and most patients that have to have one must get a cardiac clearance. Additionally, you are supposed to be in a fasting state when the procedure takes place.
    I want to see the affidavit that convinced a judge that an anal cavity search was warranted.
    After this, how sure are we that the guy DIDN’T really come to a full stop at the stop sign. The officers have lost all credibility.

  • October 22, 2013 at 2:06am

    @ Female

    Excellent point. By the same token healthy people do not need health insurance. Forcing Obamacare is just making assumptions that may never materialize.

    ProPhoto makes the same argument that I have been making. If I were a defendant, I would not want a juror that is sidetracked over the health and well-being of their child making any decisions regarding my case.

  • October 22, 2013 at 1:57am

    It is also against the law to make you serve more than once in a two-year period.

  • October 22, 2013 at 1:52am

    How about this. You have been arrested for a crime you did not commit. As a citizen, you are guaranteed to a trial by a jury of your peers. Which would you rather have listening to the facts of your case, a woman who cannot stop worrying about the health and safety of her child- wondering if it will eat from a bottle? Worrying if she will leak through her blouse while in the court room? Or, would you prefer someone who perhaps has fewer concerns on their brain at the time. Oh, I know, there isn’t a perfect time in someone’s life to serve on a jury- very true. But, there is nothing wrong with deferring that duty if warranted. And many states do believe that nursing is a valid reason to defer.

    You can’t think of any reason short of serious illness or injury that would allow a man to defer his civic duty?

    I once heard a man request AND RECEIVE deferment just because he had hemorrhoids.

  • October 22, 2013 at 1:17am



    “If you insist on that lifestyle…fine by me, but that doesn’t mean you need to do it in public…the rest of us shouldn’t have to walk around making concessions for you”

    Lifestyle? Breastfeeding is a lifestyle now? Kind of like homosexuality? Or eating unhealthy foods, or smoking? Sounds like you are not just against breast feeding in public, but breast-feeding altogether.

    And what concessions does the breast-feeding mother force you to make? What, you have to avert your eyes? Ahghhhh, oh the humanity.

    Just so I make sure I understand you correctly, is it ALL breast-feeding in public that you find abhorrent, or is it just mother’s that won’t even try to be a little discrete? The reason I ask is, I once thought a mother was breast feeding (didn’t bother me at all) but as it turned out, the baby was just snuggling up next to its mamma. So, which is it?

  • October 22, 2013 at 1:01am

    Thanks ReagansDad:)

  • October 22, 2013 at 12:55am

    @fed up-

    Why are you calling BS, were you there? Or does it not fit with your argumant?

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