Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by SGBV, Jul 28, 2022.
This reminds me of the Tamil movie OH My Kadavule in which the protagonist gets a second chance to mend his married life that is on the verge of divo0rce. Wish everyone could have a second chance like that.
@SGBV If I get a chance like this, I'll pause in 2011 and get escaped from my arranged marriage...
There was a thread a few years back where all were asked whether they would marry their spouses again and close to 100% of them said, "Yes".
I just said for fun sir... I love my husband a lot...
I didn't mean it in a negative way either. That thread was an interesting read and your response triggered that thread in my memory.
It is because the known devil is better than the unknown angel...
In my case, I have invested a lot to tailor my H according to my needs, and he has become a part of my life. I don't wanna see all this hard work go in vain. So, I would better marry him again & again.
My another wish is I'll go back to 2018 to fulfill my father-in-law's unfulfilled desires... He left us in 2019... I miss him badly...
Dear @SGBV - quite a thought-provoking question! I reevaluated my life (and my choices) to see if there is any point I would like to go back to and change it. No, I feel that my life today is the total sum of my experiences and choices (good or bad) that I made. I don't think I would change anything (yes, not even my failed first marriage because if that hadn't happened I wouldn't have met the wonderful man I am now married to).
How I wish I had a button to click to start often from various past ages!
I like my 5, 12, 20, 24, and so on including 32 when I surrendered my bachelor-hood.
I understood how it is sine-qua-non to treat her like queen so that I in turn always be treated by her like a King!
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