Your head is soooo far up your butt I don't know where to start. When I married my ex he liked a drink now and then, by the end of our 16 year marriage he was a raging abusive alcoholic. One of his "buttons" I pushed was telling him the weather forcast before he left for work. Tell me how to avoid things like that. Many people still believe that marriage is forever and we don't end it unless our life is at risk. How do you know when someone is going to snap. It must be convienient being psychic. Most of us are not so blessed.
You really ought to get some therapy, couseling or have a LONG chat with Dr. Laura.
They will ALL tell you what you so obviously STILL don't know. There is nothing "psychic" about spotting a drunk or a psycho. There is nothing "psychic" about common sense.
Some GEMS from Dr. Laura (I listen to her on my way home from work.):
*Knowing someone at least a year and a half before marriage will tell you almost everything about a person.
*Family and friends will often see what the most blind lover won't see and listening to those who love you the most is crucial.
*Meeting someone through family, friends or church is often a good way to meet someone. Can you guess why or do you need a crsytal ball?
Are these revelations of the "psychic" to you? Are you so unblessed as to not possess any common sense? I hope not. If so, then you are doomed to repeat your mistakes.
You REALLY show YOUR character, upbringing and manners when you start off a post with an insult. Shame on you.
posted on 07/10/2006 7:21:15 AM PDT
( Socrates: It's never right to do wrong.)
The elders in my church assured me that I was marrying the right person, after knowing him for quite a while. Once again your "theory" falls short. I hope someday you find a best friend. My posts, if they have seemed angry are angry at your unwillingness to acknowledge your narrow view of what is right or wrong, what you can or cannot predict. It must be nice to always be right. Blaming the victim is wrong. period.
posted on 07/10/2006 7:52:52 AM PDT
(I'm hot & not in a good way: menopause ain't for sissies)
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