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    Is your dh a good man?

    *yes, he is.

    If you knew then what you know now would you still have married or partnered up with your dh .?

    * There was a time I would have said no. But now, I would absolutely choose him again. He is my best friend.

    Is he ' the one ' ?

    * I don't believe in 'the one'. But he is pretty darn special. And I'd like to think we will grow old together.

    Do you wish you had of remained single?

    * No. I enjoyed single life a lot, but much prefer life with dh and our 2 kids.

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    Is he a good man ?

    Yes he is. He is the most beautiful, kind hearted, amazing person. He's my best friend and I love him with everything I have.

    We've been married since December and have 2 small babies (14 months & 5 weeks) (I also have 2 older kids with my xh 11 & 8 who dh has taken on).

    I'm so glad I married him and would do it again in a heartbeat.

    My xh was a total jerk who was very emotionally abusive so I understand why some women wonder if 'good' men still exist, I wondered the same thing until I met my dh.

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    Is he a good man......Yes, absolutely

    If I knew then, what I knew now...I would still have married him

    Is he `the one'....I don't believe in `the one', but he is my best friend and lover so I am pretty happy with that

    Do I wish I remained single...no, not at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnyflower View Post
    I was talking to a friend last night and she was telling me all about her cheating ex. It got me thinking. You hear so many bad stories .....it makes you wonder if there's any good men still out there. So my question is...

    Is your dh a good man?

    If you knew then what you know now would you still have married or partnered up with your dh .?

    Is he ' the one ' ?

    Do you wish you had of remained single?
    Yes my DH is a good man. I feel very very lucky to have him. The more I know him (15yrs together now!) and the more challenges and ups and downs we have the more certain I am that god was certainly smiling on me the day DH arrived in my life. He is def 'the one'. I can't imagine life without him


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    Together for 16 years, we were highschool sweethearts who grew up together essentially. I have been with my husband for more than half my life.

    Is your dh a good man? Yes he is. I wouldn't be with him if he wasn't.


    If you knew then what you know now would you still have married or partnered up with your dh .?
    Married no. But just because I'm not that in to the whole wedding thing and it made no difference to our relationship. I'd save the money and go on an awesome holiday instead. Partnered, yep...for life. I'd do it all again in a heart beat.
    Is he ' the one ' ?
    I don't believe in 'the one.' Do I want to spend the rest of my life with him? Yes, absolutely. I love this man with all my heart. However, if we hadn't met, I don't think for a second that I wouldn't have found someone else to enjoy my life with.
    I know plenty of people who love being single, but I love sharing my life completely with my best friend. If DH couldn't be my best friend anymore I would look for a new one once I got over the heart ache.
    Do you wish you had of remained single?
    No. Never. My whole adult life has been with my husband. I can't imagine life without him in it. However, I will never get married again. It's just not important to me to be married.

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    I've been with DH for 9 years, married for 3.

    Is your dh a good man?
    Yes, but he is human (eg. like all of us, not perfect).

    If you knew then what you know now would you still have married or partnered up with your dh .?
    Absolutely!

    Is he ' the one ' ?
    Yes, and he makes it crystal clear that I am his 'one'.

    Do you wish you had of remained single?[/QUOTE]
    No. Not that I don't enjoy being single, but DH and I were meant to be together and grow our little family.

    I have an XH who I was with for 7 years (married for 5.5). He was a good man but for your 2nd question (if I knew then what I know now) the answer would be no. In fact I was having doubts from very early on in the relationship which I really should have listened to.

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    Together 7 1/2 years, married 3 1/2

    Is your dh a good man:
    The best I have ever met. Selfless, generous and kind.

    If you knew then what you know now would you still have married or partnered up with your dh .?
    Without a shadow of a doubt. He irritates me sometimes but that is just life.

    Is he ' the one ' ?
    Yes.

    Do you wish you had of remained single?
    No way. He changed me as a person, definitely for the better.

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    Is he a good man? Absolutely. Has good morals & ethics, is trustworthy etc. Wants to do the right thing. Loves DD & I.

    If I knew then what I know now would we be together? Yes, he has always been upfront about everything & I accept him as he is.

    Is he 'the one'? Pretty sure! I was smitten the first time I heard his voice.

    Do I wish I had remained single? Not in a million years!

    Been together over 5 years & married for 5mths

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    Then why can't I find a good one stomps foot.

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    We've been together for 11 years and married almost 5 years.

    Is your dh a good man? Yes, he is a loving husband and great father and works hard. He can be lazy and cranky but so can I, nobody's perfect.

    If you knew then what you know now would you still have married or partnered up with your dh .? Absolutely.

    Is he ' the one ' ? I'm not sure if I believe in the one, but we definitely seem to fit on many levels and I feel we are suited to each other.

    Do you wish you had of remained single? Not at all, he was my first relationship and I don't regret that one bit.


 

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