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When I got married, it's sad to say, I actually went into it with...
When I got married, it's sad to say, I actually went into it with the idea that if things didn't work out I could always get a divorce. I had been living with my fiancé for two years, then left him for another man. After some prayer on my part, I decided I wanted to marry my former fiancé after all. Although the step to marriage was certainly progress, I did not make any particular commitment to moral law. Therefore, even though I was now living in obedience to this law, I was doing so by circumstance rather than demonstration.
Needless to say, my marriage was a shaky one at the beginning! After a few years I was convinced that my husband wasn't giving me the attention that I needed, and I honestly believed that my only three choices were: get divorced, have an affair, or be unhappy and lacking in love for the rest of my life! I eventually found myself in a situation where the second choice seemed very attractive.
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