Dating anniversaries should you celebrate

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I try to explain that while forgiveness is something that must take place, our actions have permanent consequences.

I loved celebrating the day the jeans were originally worn and remembering all events that made these things a well-worn pair of comfort.

In my opinion, that’s the entire point of marriage, to grow together and closer.

It’s like adding another patch to a pair of worn out jeans that I wore for our wedding (We had a 60’s themed wedding).

Not because of feelings of romantic love, but I feel that way because I know her better than anyone on the planet. How should I remember the good times, while simultaneously keep in mind the hell on earth I went through? Have I acted in a manner to ensure I was truly Jesus to her not only during the marriage, but also after the divorce?

It breaks my heart seeing the person she chooses to be. What if I meet someone who was never divorced, how am I supposed to feel about this then? Bringing kids into the mix just adds a new depth of confusion for me.

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