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October 27th, 2012 - Rebekah-910467 said:

Deal breakers popping up out of nowhere

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October 11th, 2011 - Katie-768537 said:

not on the same page !!!

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April 23rd, 2011 - Patricia-706626 said:

Emotional exhaustion

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March 16th, 2011 - Shoshana-700126 said:

How about "all of the above" (lol)!

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March 3rd, 2011 - Debbie-696127 said:

Usually it's finding out later in the relationship that everything he said in the beginning was made up in order to impress me. What would impress me more, would be the TRUTH

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September 1st, 2010 - Jennifer-276507 said:

Dating a non-Catholic, dating men who were not honest about their level of commitment to the Catholic faith - basically lying about being practicing Catholics...met two men here who had histories of being promiscuous, cohabitation, etc...

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February 9th, 2009 - Travis-409949 said:

Think I've benn looking in all the wrong places. (non-cathlic)

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February 8th, 2009 - Jason-249714 said:

Timing is a big issue-- its difficult for two people to be on the same page at the same time

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February 6th, 2009 - Thomas-139285 said:

Steve,

I feel your pain, but we all must under go the test. Even Christ was tempted. Was Christ's Pasion absent of suffering or temptation? Did he not say "Where I am My servant must also be." Your trying to claim the crown without the cross.

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January 18th, 2009 - Kathleen-311531 said:

Steve 360168 If you haven't encountered many women who believe in chastity, come join the forums, you will see many of men and women who do and are available

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January 15th, 2009 - Bonnie-305136 said:

I completely agree with Steves comments above. What a catch for a young woman

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January 10th, 2009 - Judith-382730 said:

Not mentioned here is religion--I have come to more deeply understand over the years that I need a partner that shares some of my religous views in order for it to move to the level of commitment.

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January 6th, 2009 - Jon-284646 said:

I believe the most important option was not listed, which is:

The person did not compliment the relationship. In other words, they just weren't the right person. I've never had any of the listed superficial reasons listed as the reason a relationship ended.

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January 5th, 2009 - Eric-48321 said:

Not everyone today is marriage material. There is too much selfishness and vanity in this world. Its gotten bad. It seems to be more about having a vacation home or big house or retirement package and not about living a good life. Its about what you can give materially rather than what you are as a person.

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January 5th, 2009 - Deejai -396500 said:

My ex-fiance lied about who he was during the first half of our relationship because he was afraid I would not like the "real him". Well guess what, I didn't and I left him. Just goes to show that if you lie to someone that you say you love and then turn around and show your real self, then it was all just a waste of time and effort. I fell in love with the person I met, he changed into someone else soon-after that I didn't end up loving.

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January 1st, 2009 - Chris-206719 said:

In response to Brian, being attracted to non-marriage material would be like dating Mormons, which is what I used to do. haha. I had a weakness for those Mormons.

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December 28th, 2008 - Lisa-385078 said:

My breakups were because of my religion, I wasn't able to find a practicing Catholic. When I was younger, I thought they would come back to the church or I would be able to continue practicing my faith even if they didn't. I was never comfortable with that....I want someone to share that faith with

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December 22nd, 2008 - Lucy-41785 said:

I like the question, too. I suppose the common THREAD is me, but the breakups didn't have a lot in common. Does emotional exhaustion=arguing? Interesting...

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December 22nd, 2008 - Rod-34918 said:

Love this question despite me being nonactive in the CM fora.

The last meaningful relationship I had was about five years ago, a LDR that lasted about 8 months and involved travelling between Dallas and Memphis. Several factors contributed to our discontinuance with our relationship, mainly eldercare issues with my father. While it was painful to part from her, I really did care for her, it was the right thing to do. Since then, and having been involved in faith and fun through the CM events, God did make a way to comfort and strengthen me during those times. Since then I've formed and developed friendships through CM that will last a lifetime. Me finding love? Not yet. Too much to do still.

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December 19th, 2008 - Alex-285308 said:

None of the above. Difference in values should be an option. Our core values were not the same on key issues and neither of us were willing to compromise our faith and our beliefs.

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December 18th, 2008 - Magnolia-94629 said:

...maturity plays a very vital role in a relationship...which compasses maturity in emotions, finances, outlook in life and the totality of the person...breakups happen for valid reasons depending to both parties...

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December 18th, 2008 - Dana-15463 said:

Jason...ditto regarding your comments on "long distance relationship" and they're fear of comittment.

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