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    Registered User cheappearls's Avatar
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    I have thought about it a lot and we have talked about it. Hard not to when my DH has taken up not one but TWO careers where death is a serious risk, military and law enforcement. We have been married 5 years, together for 8. I hope we have many many more wonderful years but life takes unexpected turns sometimes.

    I will most likely never remarry, after death or divorce. I won't say never just because I don't know. But I know that no one will ever be able to replace DH in my heart. It would be unfair to that man to even try to fill the void that DH would leave. I also just cannot see myself being happy with anyone else. I truly believe that DH is my soul mate, the once in a life time kind of love. I almost feel that having a lesser form of love would be settling and I'm not sure if I could be truly happy in that.

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    DH and I have had this talk alot. DH's father died of an massive MI at the age of 50. So DH being 49 is cautious! LOL Anyhow, I don't think that after 23 + years I could "train" another one! I would just keep to my self and I do now. I don't think I would ever remarry.

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