January 29th, 2010 - Charles-383877 said:
I know we all agree with Steve! Easy to focus on your last week on the planet Earth, and then it's time to "Pay the last Penny." or maybe goto straight to Hell... Not many youngsters today think of that, Yes, for sure, today it is Fashionable. to indulge in Premarital sex, but, it will also be Fashionable to Burn in Hell, Living the Word of God should be our loving choice to honor and please God because we LOVE Him, not because we are afraid of Eternity in Hell., Sorry to stick it to you so bluntly but it really is a Blunt subject. Love and God Bless ....
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.
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.
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.
January 5th, 2009 - Kym-131605 said:
Cheating on the guy's part has been the end of all of my relationships but two (I ended those because they didn't have qualities I thought you needed for marriage and a family). Even the nice devout Catholic boy I knew since grade school neglected to tell me he was married when we first started dating. He fessed up after our third date.
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
December 23rd, 2008 - Bill-5237 said:
The last relationship/engagement involved her wanting to change. She got confirmed in the church, really liked NFP, went to church reguarly, avoided her fallen away Catholic parents but ultimately she could not go through with marriage because she realized she was changing her beliefs for me instead of really changing them for God. Btw Craig's List is an excellent place to sell an engagement ring. :wink: Actually Craig's list is better for the buyer of an engagement ring since you won't get more than 50% of what you paid for it. :faint:
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.