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alonelylife made marriage!
#71
Congrats Jales. Smile

(01-08-2017, 02:27 PM)wildrice Wrote: Not trying to be negative but what will the quality of the marriage be if you both met at a site called 'A lonely life'…
Wishing you all the best though!

I'm not sure how that can be anything but negative....
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My advice is based on my own experiences and those of my friends and family. I may not have a degree saying I read a bunch of books/passed tests, but I have been through a lot and helped others through a lot. Experience is often a better qualification than having read books/passed tests.

I speak in a blunt manner. I mean no disrespect and I'm not being rude. This is just the way I am, please do not take offense.

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#72
Hey Jales!

I've never met you or your spouse since I only joined last november, still I'd like to congratulate you both!
It's mindboglingly awesome whenever two people find love, life and happines with eachother, and when it happens to two people meeting on a forum for loneliness... I'd consider it to be even more special and awesome than it already is!

I wish you both a long and happy life together with your kids and future grandchildren!
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#73
(01-11-2017, 04:55 AM)TheRealCallie Wrote:
(01-08-2017, 02:27 PM)wildrice Wrote: Not trying to be negative but what will the quality of the marriage be if you both met at a site called 'A lonely life'…
Wishing you all the best though!

I'm not sure how that can be anything but negative....

Uhm…get in touch with reality mate.
A life alone.
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#74
(01-11-2017, 10:51 PM)wildrice Wrote:
(01-11-2017, 04:55 AM)TheRealCallie Wrote:
(01-08-2017, 02:27 PM)wildrice Wrote: Not trying to be negative but what will the quality of the marriage be if you both met at a site called 'A lonely life'…
Wishing you all the best though!

I'm not sure how that can be anything but negative....

Uhm…get in touch with reality mate.

Do you not think that two people who are lonely might be able to find a new life together? a new porpose in life and a new reason to continue living? A reason to venture out and socialise more?, a reason to feel good about oneself and stay positive?, a reason to start living life to the fullest?

They met on a site called 'A lonely life' and because of that their lives have become a  lot less lonely, whatever might have happened for them in life to end up in a place like this doesn't affect the quality of life or their marriage.

You can meet someone on the beach in the supermarket, in a bar, on the street, at work and million other places! why would meeting someone on a lonely forum be any different than thoseother places?
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#75
(01-12-2017, 05:46 AM)MisterLonely Wrote:
(01-11-2017, 10:51 PM)wildrice Wrote:
(01-11-2017, 04:55 AM)TheRealCallie Wrote:
(01-08-2017, 02:27 PM)wildrice Wrote: Not trying to be negative but what will the quality of the marriage be if you both met at a site called 'A lonely life'…
Wishing you all the best though!

I'm not sure how that can be anything but negative....

Uhm…get in touch with reality mate.

Do you not think that two people who are lonely might be able to find a new life together? a new porpose in life and a new reason to continue living? A reason to venture out and socialise more?, a reason to feel good about oneself and stay positive?, a reason to start living life to the fullest?

They met on a site called 'A lonely life' and because of that their lives have become a  lot less lonely, whatever might have happened for them in life to end up in a place like this doesn't affect the quality of life or their marriage.

You can meet someone on the beach in the supermarket, in a bar, on the street, at work and million other places! why would meeting someone on a lonely forum be any different than thoseother places?

I find it ironic…you know, funny. People don't just suddenly change if they meet somebody! And even if it does work out, there's no guarantee it will last. Then one turns around and says…Of course it didn't work out! I met the damn person on a site called 'A Lonely Life'! You see - irony.
Also, things in life tend towards disorder, high entropy. It is more likely than not that things won't work out, more than 50%. Do you want to risk it? That little peace, occasional happiness you have, do you want to risk? I certainly won't! You say I'm being negative, I say I'm being realistic! Happily ever after is only in fairy tales, real life is real.
A life alone.
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#76
I might point out that not everyone here is lonely. This is a public forum, everyone has different reasons for being here.

There have been MANY relationships that formed on ALL. Not every one of them worked out, but several of them are working out and the people are happy, including Jales and Airbug, so don't try to take that away from them or make excuses about why it shouldn't work. You are NOT being realistic, you're being.....nevermind.
DISCLAIMER:
The views I express are my own opinion. More often than not, if I say "you," it is generalized and not to a person specifically.

My advice is based on my own experiences and those of my friends and family. I may not have a degree saying I read a bunch of books/passed tests, but I have been through a lot and helped others through a lot. Experience is often a better qualification than having read books/passed tests.

I speak in a blunt manner. I mean no disrespect and I'm not being rude. This is just the way I am, please do not take offense.

Take what you like and leave the rest.


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#77
(01-12-2017, 08:45 PM)TheRealCallie Wrote: I might point out that not everyone here is lonely.  This is a public forum, everyone has different reasons for being here.  

There have been MANY relationships that formed on ALL.  Not every one of them worked out, but several of them are working out and the people are happy, including Jales and Airbug, so don't try to take that away from them or make excuses about why it shouldn't work.  You are NOT being realistic, you're being.....nevermind.

Give it time, dear.
A life alone.
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#78
(01-12-2017, 09:07 PM)wildrice Wrote:
(01-12-2017, 08:45 PM)TheRealCallie Wrote: I might point out that not everyone here is lonely.  This is a public forum, everyone has different reasons for being here.  

There have been MANY relationships that formed on ALL.  Not every one of them worked out, but several of them are working out and the people are happy, including Jales and Airbug, so don't try to take that away from them or make excuses about why it shouldn't work.  You are NOT being realistic, you're being.....nevermind.

Give it time, dear.

Give WHAT time?  The marriage time to fail?  I'd like to point out that that could be true REGARDLESS of where two people meet.  Not every marriage fails and just because two people meet here doesn't mean they have a higher chance of failing.  What DOES matter is what they are doing to make the marriage work. 

But hey, at least you seem to have dropped the pretense of not trying to be negative.
DISCLAIMER:
The views I express are my own opinion. More often than not, if I say "you," it is generalized and not to a person specifically.

My advice is based on my own experiences and those of my friends and family. I may not have a degree saying I read a bunch of books/passed tests, but I have been through a lot and helped others through a lot. Experience is often a better qualification than having read books/passed tests.

I speak in a blunt manner. I mean no disrespect and I'm not being rude. This is just the way I am, please do not take offense.

Take what you like and leave the rest.


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#79
Where can I get one of this marriages?
Loneliness of spirit is discovered in our depths.
Sometimes, when we least expect it, loneliness freezes us.
Or perhaps it feels like the bottom dropping out of our being.
We feel incomplete, as if something important is missing.
We feel shaky and insecure inside, weak and 'clingy'.
Sometimes this gnawing deficiency makes us want to 'devour' others
—to get as much of them as possible,
to complete our egos by possessing them.
Or we might seek to be supported and protected by others.
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#80
(01-13-2017, 12:07 AM)Xpendable Wrote: Where can I get one of this marriages?

I want prime rib at the wedding Club
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