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Divorce Recovery: How To Get Over The Cheater Love and Sex. Part 3

Welcome to part 3 of this series Divorce Recovery:How To Get Over The Cheater: Love and Sex. In my last post, Divorce Recovery: How to get over the cheater. Part 2 I explained the effects and the different parts of the … Continue reading

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Divorce Recovery:How to get over the cheater. Part 2

This is part 2 of Divorce Recovery: How to get over the Cheater. Yesterday I sent out by mistake, an unfinished version of Part 1. Sorry guys, I’m always hitting the wrong buttons. One day I might become proficient at … Continue reading

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Divorce Recovery: How to get over the cheater. Part 1

How many women out there are trying to work things out, trying desperately to keep the family together and then the bomb shell. There’s another woman! To make things worse your man might even be telling you how he likes … Continue reading

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Interesting How We Punctuate our Thoughts.

Does the sentence above mean that all the female students in the class were feminists? Does the sentence above mean that all the male students were chauvinists? How much does it depend on our state of mind as to how … Continue reading

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