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Husband #1 - left me for another woman. Husband #2 - I filed for divorce...he was an alcoholic. Husband #3 - Passed away.
cherrycheesecake cherrycheesecake 51-55, F 33 Answers May 9, 2011

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You are not responsible for #2 or #3,# is a shame and there are two sides to every story then there is the truth.Still you are not damaged goods at all in fact the way I see it 3 men wanted to marry you which tells me you are probably very attractive,you have experience now with different types of men.You probably would be a much better mate because of it.I think plenty of men will want to be with you.

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Lets look at this holistically<br />
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NO WAY <br />
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Husband #1 - left me for another woman - you could not satisfy him <br />
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Husband #2 - I filed for divorce...he was an alcoholic, - you drove him to drink <br />
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Husband #3 - Passed away - easier than being married

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Poor Mrs. Kelly...being married to such a pessimist.

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If we had chemistry, I wouldn't be able to help myself. That's how love is.

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My mother was married three times; the first one, her mother arranged when she was 17 and she did not love him nor did she want to be married at 17, so she left him. The second one was my father; it was a disasterous marriage due to complete incompatability and they divorced. Her third husband was my step-dad and they were very happy until he died suddenly of a heart attack. In the years following my stepfather's death, my mother never lacked dates or men in her life. If she had wanted to remarry, I am sure she could have done so; she had several chances to marry decent men. She never wanted to remarry, though, because she felt she had experienced the best with my stepfather and she did not think any man could be better than that. When she died, at 94, she left several men very sad, in the old folks home where she lived. And she made a number of women there very happy when she died because they were all so jealous of my mom!

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Is this a proposal ?

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OMG! Is it really you? I'm so excited to see that you are still here.

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If I liked women I would.<br />
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None of those were your fault luv, so don't sweat it.

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Sure, but not marriage.

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Consider is the operative word. A guy or a girl should greatly consider any relationship.

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I would rather marry some one that has been married 3 times then someone that has spread their bottom around the world.

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Those sound like valid reasons. If my "looney-tunes" detector doesn't go off then maybe that woman is worth considering. Dating is a PITA.

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Yes, if I weren't already married

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Yes i wld

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love is blind and doesn't keep count.

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Of course I would. The past is the past. As long as you are attractive to the man, and you have a nice personality, what difference does what happened in your earlier married lives make. You are probably a very desireable woman, to be able to attract three different husbands. Liz Taylor, Gob bless her soul, had how many husbands? And she was still a wonderful woman.

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Yes of course, unless it was me they had been married to all of those 3 times, lol! (Remember Richard Burton and Liz Taylor?). There's always room to give it another go, and you are attractive so you will find a new mate and friend without too much trouble.<br />
Good luck!

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Nothing personal, obviously, but I'm very skittish about relationships and would probably be reticent to consider an involvement. But that probably says more about me than you, so take heart.

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CHERRY!!!!! (((HUGS))) Long time no see sweetie...<br />
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Why not? What happened to your other men is not a reflection on you as a woman.

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How are you? It has been a while, hasn't it? It's nice to know yo are still here.

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I guess it could raise the questions of:<br />
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#1 Was it something he did which made him leave, or could it possibly have been something you did?<br />
#2 Could it be possible that it was you who drove him to drink?<br />
#3 I’m so sorry; it goes without saying that this was a terrible event in your life<br />
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Before you think I might be trying to be a smart-***:<br />
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Life has taught me that there are two sides to *every* story; the truth and the elaborated truth as seen from a different angle. Life also taught me that if two people meet and fall in love, then the past *is* in the past and should stay there. As you might see … not much is black-and-white to me. I don’t think there is any simple answer to your question, but I would say that, given what you say, you are probably the only person to *really* know if a third relationship is right for you. Perhaps you have learned a good many lessons on your path that may well make a third relationship viable ba<x>sed on your experiences thus far<br />
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IMHO … of course :-)<br />
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~F~

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Seeing just the first part of the question, I’d say no as you can’t seem to handle relationships. However, after explanation, I’d say maybe.

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Never

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