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  • I wasn't the one who made the mistake...and whoever said 'you can never go home again' was right.
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  • hell freakin no way to both I am glad I divorced her and I would never remarry her If she was the only woman left on the fac of the earth I would turn gay
  • I've been divorced, but I don't think marrying him was a mistake. I don't think divorcing him was a mistake. I think we had issues that couldn't be solved. I filed for divorce because he hit me. I didn't want to go back. Ever. He did clean up his act, but it was too little and too late. I was very happy that he became very interested in parenting after a few years. I would have been sad for my son if he didn't get involved in his life. I married someone else, and have been extremely happy. I mostly like my ex-husband, and still talk with him on a friendly basis. I don't agree with some of his ideas on parenting and college-education financing, but fortunately, our son is almost 21 now, so that's going to be a moot point very soon. I don't see the point in being bitter. It was a part of my life that had many good points, as well as bad.
  • I am divorced, marrying him was a huge mistake and I would not consider re-marrying him :)
  • It wasn't a mistake for me to get divorced & I'd never remarry my ex although I would have been less of a bitch over the years for my daughters sake
  • It wasn't a mistake for me to get divorced & I'd never remarry my ex although I would have been less of a bitch over the years for my daughters sake
  • My ex-wife asked for divorce and I respect her decision. Ultimately, I think it was the right thing to do and I would not remarry her if asked. In divorcing me, she made it clear that other things in her life were more important than me, and I have no desire to be in a marriage where I come in second place or below.
  • It was his idea to get divorced but I am glad now that we did. I am a different person now and would never want to be with him again.
  • I asked for the divorce and it was the right thing to do and not in a million years would i remarry it... i mean him
  • I did not make a mistake when I divorced my ex-wife and NO I would never re-marry her.
  • Of course I would. Why wouldn't you re-marry if you had made a mistake and that is what you both wanted to do. I would not deny myself something that I wanted to do because of pride or (more importantly) because of what others would say and/or think. All that would do is make me miserable and it would not stop the 'gossip' from others. It would not make any difference to anybody else at all (other than giving them something to talk about) other than me. Never ever, be too proud to say "I messed it up". And, so bloody what if you did make a mess of things? So what? The world will not stop turning on it's axis - we all get it wrong some of the time to a greater or lesser degree. And, there are always hordes of others ready to pass judgement whether you make a mistake, don't make a mistake or just happen to be there in their line of sight. Let them judge you as they see fit and then do exactly what you really want to do because you do not need the approval of others. Try saying "I got it wrong and now I am going to go back on every word I have said in the past 6 months and re-marry my husband - even though I vowed, I hated the sight of him. Well I don't. I have changed my mind and what's more, I don't care". Follow this with a quick "Ner, ner, ner, ner ner". Do what you want to do - it would be foolish not to I think.
  • I made the mistake of marrying her, not divorcing her.
  • The divorce was the beat thing I've ever done. He ended the relationship, but if it weren't for me, we'd still be seperated rather than divorced. Marry him again? He should be so lucky
  • No, I didn't make a mistake. I think it is the best decision I ever made. I don't care whether or not my ex would have me, I'd rather have a chainsaw stuck in my ear than consider the possibility of seeing him again, let alone marrying him again.
  • My biggest mistake was not getting out sooner or from marrying him in the first place. As far as remarrying if he would have me-he should be so lucky. I was the best thing that ever happened to him. Once an ex-always an ex.
  • My husband of 17 years left me and my 2 sons for another female. They are married now and I have since found someone who loves me very much. However, I know in my hear that my ex-husband was the love of my life. but, I will never re-marry him again. Because, I really never know how it feels to be loved so much when I was with my ex. A Life is too short just to love someone but, be unhappy. It is great to be loved. I do not see my passed as a mistake. I see as a part of my life that made me who I am today.
  • No ! -and - HELL NO !!
  • I left my husband because he punched me in the leg. This was not the only time he abused me so I had to go for my own safety. My husband was the one who divorced me so I made sure he paid for the whole divorce because he wanted it. My ex-husband made the mistake divorcing me because he didn't make any effort to work things out with me and we were only married for a short time. We got married on October 1 2005 and I left him on February 14 2006 due to abuse. If my ex wanted me back I don't know if I would. He needs to prove to me in actions that he's changed his ways and maybe I'll consider it but other then that NO WAY.
  • I am divorced and the only part I regret is the marrying him in the first place, I wish I wasn't so desperate at the time to get married and have a family.
  • I look back and see my faults. I would love to make things better.
  • When we first separated, I felt like it was a mistake to leave...but as time went by, I realized that we were just wrong for each other. It takes time to let your heart get over someone. We get addicted -- that's all it is. We're used to someone being around and when they no longer are, we feel like something is missing. I have a friend who remarried her ex -- it was a HUGE mistake. The next divorce was even uglier than the first one -- they've been in legal battles for 5 years. Whatever reason your relationship failed is still there...and always will be. One of my uncles told me once "People don't change, they just get worse"
  • Only time will tell. But I have never heard of anyone who has gone through the pain of divorce getting remarried to there EX. I will pray for you.
  • I think divorcing my ex- husband was the biggest mistake I have ever made...I was 19 yrs. old, selfish and didnt know what it took to be married. We both had our problems and I didnt have the patience to work them out. I would love to be married to him again...
  • hah... nope,not on either marriage.
  • I thought I made a mistake on one of my marriages afrter 2 day (and was right) But never made a mistake on a divorce NO
  • Yes, I made a mistake, and married too young (16), which resulted in my 1st divorce. Yes, I made a mistake, in believing in my second husband, who turned out to be a rat bastard, who had been groomed to show a false persona to the public, including me. I fell for it, my bad. Second divorce. Would I get back with either, no way. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me. Don't need to make either of those mistakes again.
  • I got divorced last year after being with my ex for over 17 years. Things went wrong only in the last few months and I deeply regret not trying to work it out. I have emigrated and re-married and how I wish I could turn back the clock now. I know he would take me back and yes I would re-marry him without a moments hesitation but can you imagine the devastation this would cause to others now.
  • Actually my ex had me removed starting everything but once in court no one believe her lies right down to her own attorney. After going through 2 months of trial, and one accusation after another re-marrying is out of the question.
  • I am divorced and it was definitely NOT a mistake and I would NEVER consider re-marrying my ex under any circumstances.
  • Been there, done that.
  • yes i have been divorced and now remarried but my divorce was a mistake you know i want to say yes i would if i wasn't already but my ex is always in my thoughts and my heart.
  • Don't mistake loneliness for wanting to get back with your ex. Be patient and you'll find love again. I new one couple that divorced and married each other 3 times. Talk about issues!!!!!!!
  • I have been divorced, and I don't think it was a mistake to get divorced. I do think it was a mistake to get married at such a young age and would also recommend to everyone never marry someone who clearly has a lot of emotional baggage. I dislike the fact that as a divorcee I can now no longer get married again in a church. I would never consider re-marrying the ex - having sex with the ex maybe, but not re-marrying lol!
  • Definitely not a mistake to divorce - should have seen the light a long time before I did. Although my ex has changed alot as a person it would never cross my mind to consider re-marrying him. I have now found my soul mate & wish we could have had the time together that I spent married instead.
  • Been there done that and yes it was a mistake. After 6 months of dating I remarried my ex.
  • No our divorce wasn't a mistake it actually gave us both time to ourselfs to mature and understand life better and I would re-marry her because we have a child and I still deep down inside I'm still in love with that woman to this day. she may not feel the same way, I don't know but yeah...
  • After all these years and knowing we married to young is what was the biggest thing and we couldn't both grow up until we got out on our own. But after everything I would start from square 1 and work my way back up again, if we are meant to be then no harm in taking the time to invest in making it work the next time around. So, Yes!
  • I made a mistake but I am scared to ask for him back after all the bridges I burned with his family. And what if we have the exact same problems once we are back together?
  • MY Ex? Back together???? I'd sooner peel off all of my skin and jump in an Epsom salt bath.
  • I don't know if I would call it a mistake. A lot of good, but hard, life lessons came out of the situation. As to the second question. . .hell no. Not a chance.
  • We both made mistakes but the divorce was the right thing to do. She wanted me back, there is no way I would have re-married her.
  • Yes, it was a mistake. I knew better. I learned some good lessons from it, but I would have preferred figuring that out before having to learn the lessons. On the second question, considering that I left her, why on earth would I want that spoiled childish pain in the ass back now?
  • I was married for 16 years and 15 too many. I do not feel it was a mistake to get divorced and would never even entertain thoughts of reuniting. Why back-peddle?
  • I made many mistakes in my first marriage. Spent time thinking about how I contributed to its long and painful demise. No, would not take back my ex-husband (although we are cordial and co-parent well together.) Have moved on. Happily, remarried 2 weeks ago. Life goes on.
  • No! If it didn't work the first time why do you thinkit will work the second time. I tried and did get back together, but did not re-marry, guess what, she went right back to the way she was brfore, it just took about 6 months for that to happen. I have re-married after being single for about 10 years, I was a single parent, that was my priorty at the time. Am I happy with my second wife after now 10 years. Not any more. Good luck with what ever discision you make, but be warry.
  • I am concidering divorce. I am with a great guy, but we had what one would call a shot gun wedding. Due to my age (27) and the state of our relationship at the time, and being out of school(B.S.), in my career, etc, I felt like we should give it a go ahead and try to make the most of it. After four years of working and crying and giving it all I have, I still feel like he is not the right person for me. I constantly think of my ex, my love, the one I lost. But even putting him out of the picture, if I could not get back with him, I think ultimately I may be better off alone. My husband thinks differently though. I'm giving it another year, then we'll see. I married out of pressure, for the wrong reasons. I do not regret the time with him and our son. I would not trade it for the world, but I would not get with him again after the divorce. My dilema is stay and try to make it work and maybe wake up in 14 years lonely and wondering why I stayed, or take what seems to actually be the tougher road, and make a break...
  • NOT in a million years!!!!!!!!! He was abusive of me for long enough.
  • one thing I have learned is I cannot blame myself for him leaving, if there is a problem he wanted to try and fix, he or she would....I would not re-marry him, as much as I want him to come home, I tell my self, if it was this easy to leave the first time, how easy will it be for him to leave the next time.
  • im seperated for 2yrs now and i would divorse him if i could do it cheaply, my ex had so many affairs and treated me like crap, when i found out about the latest victim in his life he was living with her and me can you believe it but i had the last laugh i went to where they lived and spilled exactly what he was like ,hasten too add they split a week later and know he lives on his own ,but we are still friends as i feel sorry for him but god i would never have him back
  • I am in the process of a divorce... That I thought I wanted. My husband did initiate it and we both think it's best since we do have our son to think about! We were both head over heels for each other, but I let him down so many times/miscommunication. And right now it seems we have run our course (though we didn't seek out counseling, etc.) I think that I would consider remarrying because I have truly learned from my (our) mistakes.
  • NO WAY!!! we should have never gotten married in the first place, i knew i was doing the wrong thing, but i carried on for the sake of our unborn child.. WRONG!!! it lasted less than a year and it was the best move i ever made.I wouldnt have him back for all the money in the world.. in fact i havent set eyes on him in over 14 years - neither has his 17 year old son.
  • I did remarry my ex, thinking he changed. But change only lasts so long. The second divorce with him is like 30 times worse. we have been to court 13 times, and $30K later, we are still going through it. Move on.
  • My ex and I married very young (too young!) and we divorced 3 years later. The marriage wasn't a mistake, but the timing definitely was. We didn't speak for 4 years, and when we finally did talk, we let a lot of things out that should have been said years before. After several conversations, we started dating again, and now, 4 years later, we are living together again. Marriage has been brought up, but so far we are happy just being together. I'm of the mindset that I don't have to have a piece of paper to tell me what should be in my heart. As long as we feel like we are married to each other, and TREAT EACH OTHER THAT WAY, that's what's important.
  • I am currently going thru a divorce and if he asked me to remarry him my answer would be a big fat NO, just becuz of how our marriage came to an end. My ex does not deserve a second chance. But, thats my marriage, everyone's situation is different.
  • My mistake was when I said " I DO". Glad I divorced my ex husband now if he will just go away I am all set.
  • No, I wouldn't with either (been married and divorced twice).
  • The only one who can answer that question is our God. "The Father who sent His Son to be the Savior of the World." 1John4:14 I haven't read any mention of Christ in any of the comments. There was one comment regarding, "I will pray for you." That was uplifting and hopeful. God doesn't like divorce, but we are all born sinners and many have made the mistake of divorce. If you truly let Christ be the Lord of your life and pray daily to God through Christ you will get a definite answer to your question. Our God is a forgiving God. He forgives us daily. Why is it so hard for us to forgive each other? I have considered remarrying my ex and will all because of God's Grace and mercy on me through the worst time in my life. All because love doesn't have conditions. All because we do not have to do it alone. God is in control if we let Him. See the movie Fireproof at the theaters. Go to www.fireproof.com Read John3:16 in the Bible "For God so loved the world that He gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believes in Him(Christ) shall not perish, but have eternal life." Read The Power of the Praying Woman or The Power of the Praying Husband or The Power of the Praying Wife all by Stormie Omartian. Do not rely on the answers of man. Go to The Father in prayer through Jesus Christ. I have truly felt the presence of God, not because He has restored my relationship, but because I talked to Him, cried to Him, asked him many questions, and He comforted me in my grief,gave me clear direction and now I know that all I need is Him(Christ). With Christ in our marriage, with me talking to God on any concern I have in life, whether it be marriage, children, job, etc...I have no worries. Marriage is a covenant between you, your partner, and GOD. I love my spouse even more now and our relationship is even stronger because of Christ, because He shows us how to forgive and He heals us. And, our Children are witnessing a powerful transformation and example of what LOVE is and they know it is because of God. WOW! Don't take my word go to the Word of God. You'll receive "a peace that surpases all understanding" as you get an answer to your question. In His Love,
  • I dont think you can go back and re-marry your ex. There is a reason why the marriage didnt work out in the first place. And if you couldnt make it work then, and the differences were so great that you had to take the painful decision to end the marriage, why do you think the ex will change and give up his habits and tendencies which caused the breakup in the first place.
  • Depends on what kind of mistake.
  • Nope, I do not regret my decision. I actually should have stuck to my guns when I left the first time. I said I wanted to leave again two years later, and he said he'd file. No - I would not consider it for a second. We were always better friends that partners. I already tried making the situation better, and I got tired of everything being my fault. Enough was enough!
  • 1st question Best decision I ever made! 2nd question I would rather be dead (of course if I had stayed with him I would be)
  • Yes I made that mistake and then re-married someone else. Even though I was not happy with things, and I am happy now, I wish that I had stuck it out. Now I know how God feels about it. He hates a divorce, and I was remarried while I was not scripturally free. Even after 4 years now I think about it almost daily. I would give anything to go back and do the right thing. So I wouldnt wish to remarry, but to never unmarry.
  • NEVER NEVER NEVER!!!!!!!!
  • I was divorced from my husband after a few years, and we both thought we made a mistake and so we re-married. It was good for awhile... and we are great friends, but we are not doing well at making a life together that satisfies each of us. Maybe too many differences, too many old wounds. The last few years show me that we are not going to make it. After 21 years, we are about to decide to divorce again.
  • I think he made a mistake in cheating on me. Then pretending to want to start over and make it better this time. Only to find him at her house a month or so later. So NO NO NO NO!!! Threw the garbage out. It stays out.
  • My parents were disvorced for 2 weeks once.
  • if it didn't work the first time...why go back for a second time?
  • My ex left me for someone else, who he has since married. Some days I really hate him, other days I really miss him. We have 4 kids together and the divorce has beeen the worst thing the kids have ever gone through. I did ask him last year for a second chance. Going through a divorce when you share children is hell on earth.
  • I am in the middle of a divorce and custody battle. I asked my wife for marriage couseling instead of a divorce to see if we could work out our differences. She said no. Now that I might get custody of the girls she is thinking about it. I am saying no now.
  • If it was my original spouse, absolutely YES. Why YES?? Because in God's eyes a divorce is nothing more than a piece of paper. In His eyes, we are still ONE because HE made us one when we vowed before witnesses and each other. God's Word tells us that "whosoever shall divorce his wife (or her husband) and marries another, commits adultery and whosoever marries her that is divorced commits adultery." Mk. 10:1-12, Lk. 16:18 See, a divorce does not dissolve the union God joined together and that is why He calls another union after a divorce, adultery. If you have the opportunity to forgive your wife of her foolishness and be restored in marriage to her, count yourself blessed, knowing that you both are NOW in the Will of God. Blessings........ http://www.cadz.net http://www.marriagedivorce.com http://www.cpr-ministries.org http://talkback.spiritofhosea.com/index.php
  • A little background on divorce. By WmTipton Putting away a wife had been going on with the Hebrews for quite some time in the desert there during the times of Exodus, Leviticus and Deuteronomy. This putting away was being done by very hardhearted Hebrews, remember, this is the same group of people who had made the golden calf to worship it. Many Hebrews had little concern for God or His statutes. One symptom of this hardheartedness, among others, was a complete lack of regard for Gods union of marriage. These were casting aside their wives for no reason , which Moses had to permit or else risk having this monstrous men literally torment or kill their wives. If you break open your bibles to Leviticus 21, you will see that neither the priests, nor the high priest, could marry a woman who was put away ('divorced') from her husband. The high priest couldn’t even take widow . They were to marry ONLY a virgin of Israel. (as a side note, if we use this for our basis, then some would have to claim that we can’t even marry a widow, something completely lawful in Gods word) These women who were not permitted to be taken by the priests there are these that had been put away from their husbands for just about any reason that the man could think up. Also going back to Exodus 21:7-11, we clearly see conditions where this “wife” was permitted to walk out of her marriage a free woman. This is unrelated to the divorce by the man for ‘some uncleanness' (for every cause) found in her by him, but it does help to prove that the ending of a marriage was not new to Deuteronomy as some assert. When we get to Deut 24:1-4, Moses laying out regulation for a frivolous putting away that had already been going on by a husband who had no lawful claim against the wife (such as Exodus is against the husband). He isn't laying out an ordinance for some new thing called 'divorce', he was placing limitations on what was already occurring in Israel. Thus he isn't 'defining' what is permissible for divorce in Deut 24:1, they had already defined this putting away 'for EVERY cause' with the manner in which they had been tossing their wives out, Moses is simply stating that if this man has put her away for the causes he had been, which is pretty much anything he deemed as 'unclean' about her, then he MUST give her a bill of divorce and once RE married she could never be his wife again. Moses didn't define exactly what the cause of divorce was for in Deut 24:1-4, the Hebrew people did with their frivolous reasoning's for this putting away, thus the reason for the ambiguous phrase "ervah dabar"...he is, in this regulation, saying that when this man has taken a wife and has found disfavor with her (as the Jews were doing), some ambiguous uncleanness' (ceremonial uncleanness is not completely out of line here), then he is to write her a bill of divorce and put it in her hand and send her out (if he wishes to do so, this wasn’t a commandment obviously since God would never "command" a man to divorce frivolously). To make it clearer, Moses isn't defining what they CAN put their wives over in Deut 24:1-4, he is defining what they HAD been putting away their wives for...which any study will show that it was for just about any reason they could think up. This is the reason why, and you will find this absolutely to be the case, that no one, not even the Jews today, can put an EXACT meaning and intent to the phrase 'some uncleaness' in Deut 24:1-4 there. It simply wasnt MEANT to define anything because there were MANY reasons these men were finding to put their wives away for, not anything specific. The problem in Jesus day was that instead of helping the situation, Deut 24:1-4 made it worse because now the men turned this 'allowance' into a 'commandment' (see Matt 19) so that not only were these hardhearted ones putting away their wives for no just cause, but now they had a scapegoat to put the blame on....Moses...since supposedly he had commanded them to divorce. (Bear in mind that this is all happening under the the old covenant. Jesus was a Jew born under law. The new covenant would not take effect until His death on the cross. When Jesus shows them that what they are doing is a sin...it is under the law that this is declared....it isnt something that just took effect with the new covenant being ratified. Jesus declared what Moses hadnt...that this 'for EVERY cause' divorce to remarry IS sin. When He said that adultery is committed when they do this the OLD covenant was still in effect (the new was not ratified until His death on the cross, which also took the old out of the way) so He was not saying that they WOULD be committing adultery under His NEW covenant, but they WERE even then...and if they WERE under the old covenant at any point, then they WERE the entire time. Jesus did what Jesus did best with the Jews....exposed sin where they believed themselves guiltless. Just as when He told them that they DID commit adultery when they lust after a woman. Did He mean ONLY after His new covenant took effect that this would be the case? Absolutely not. They WERE, and HAD BEEN, committing adultery in their hearts any time they lusted in the manner He speaks of. They WERE and HAD BEEN committing adultery when they were putting out their wives for some ambiguous 'uncleanness' to take another. Jesus exposed their sin, it was nothing new or being defined as such only in this new covenant.) Jesus shows that this is where they got it wrong. Moses hadnt 'commanded' them to do anything in this regard. He had tolerated their vile casting away of their wives and laid out regulation to try to control or end it. The regulation in Deut 24:1-4 was given to this younger generation of Hebrews, most of those who had left Egypt were either very old or dead...remember they had been out there for decades...a whole new generation was alive now. At the end of this wilderness journey is when Moses gives these speeches to repeat the law and give some additions such as the regulation in Deut 24:1-4. When you read all the relevant passages regarding this issue, keep these things in mind and see if they don’t start all making sense to you. I’m fully convinced, personally, that in His exceptions that Jesus’ main intent is not to offer any instruction on ‘why’ we can divorce, but I believe that His point is that He is assigning guilt where no guilt was previously designated. Obviously any exception shows condition, and that condition would clearly exist or it would be falsehood. But I believe that Jesus’ real point is mainly to show that even tho Moses hadnt said they were guilty of any crime in divorcing frivolously, that if they do so as they had been, the were guilty of sinning against their spouse who was put away for no just cause. Moses had tolerated frivolous divorce from at least the time of Leviticus 21, but didn’t actually assign any real ‘sin’ as being committed when this man cast out his wife for no just cause. The tone seems to be one where we might try to convince a man of the idea ‘NO...you CANNOT just go around killing people. ONLY if they are trying to kill you would you ever be justified in doing so” You can see that there is no real ‘permission’ to kill people in what was said there, but only showing that while there may be some extreme circumstances that relieves one of guilt, killing is not generally tolerated. The speaker there wouldn't be saying “Hey, wait till they try to kill you and THEN you can kill them (wink wink)”. That wouldn't be the point at all. Nor is it Jesus’ point to say “well, you just wait for her to commit adultery and THEN you can toss her out (wink wink) “ I think this is the tone Jesus took in the gospels with divorce. No, Moses hadn’t assigned guilt in the matter, but from the beginning it was not so. From the beginning man and woman were created to be companions for life and unless some extreme circumstance warrants putting her away. If you cast her out otherwise, and then think you are going to remarry, sorry, you commit adultery, as does she, and anyone who marries either of you. I believe the reason Jesus made sure to include the persons marrying either of these two is to show the extent of the sin going on here. That this mans actions were so terrible that it didn’t just affect him or his wife, that it was like leaven working its way out from one simple act that Moses had tolerated and swallowing up everyone in its path. I believe in the gospels that Jesus is simply presenting that men were guilty where the law did not define guilt in their actions. We see this very same concept just before Jesus exception in Matt 5 where Jesus tells them that if they even think about a woman sexually they have already committed adultery with her. Mat 5:27-28 Ye have heard that it was said by them of old time, Thou shalt not commit adultery: (28) But I say unto you, That whosoever looketh on a woman to lust after her hath committed adultery with her already in his heart. Jesus is there also assigning guilt where none existed before. Internalizing it, making it personal. Defining ‘sin’ where none was thought to exist before. God wasnt just watching the outside of the man, but the heart and mind as well. Oddly enough, in Matt 5 there while Jesus is right on that very train of thought He lays out the MDR statement.
  • My ex and I were married for 13 years and married young. There were many issues throughout the marriage, from both sides. So to answer your question no I do not think I made a mistake and I hope over the next few years we can get to a place where we can talk and laugh about the past.
  • Been married, she cheated, course, I made mistakes too, think it was just too young of a relationship to really know the importance of the marriage being married just 6 mos. after we met... I would never marry her again.... However, we did try a relationship again in which we both just agreed it wouldn't work and separated in a civilized manner without argument or spite like the first time...
  • i would rather chop off my arms and legs
  • It was no mistake and no I would not remarrying them.
  • Not to cure Aids, stop terrorism, and save kittens from a burning buildings. Leaving her was one of the happiest days of my life. In all fairness if the question was marring her a mistake I would say yes to that.
  • I did & I remarried him.I was quickly reminded of all the reasons we divorced.Marriage to him the 2nd time is so much worse than the first.Divorcing again which is also harder the 2nd time around(don't ask me why)
  • I would not consider remarrying my ex nor do I think I made a mistake. He was cheating on me with the wife of one of our friends. Then when we were trying to work through that I came home and found him in bed with a 19 year old girl (he is 28). I am done and never going back.
  • Sure I would remarry him again so I would screw him over better the second time and not be so fair like I was the first time. The second time around I would take it all BABY!!! Every last cent.
  • it depends on what the problem was ok. so if your ex would obey what the Bible says about forgiving freely from the heart he/she will surely have you back
  • I don't think I made a mistake in divorcing. I would not consider re-marrying my ex.
  • No i would not re-merry the same person.

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