Hello; Nice to finds another pessimist on the forum.Especially if there's a 50/50 chance we'd be divorced in 5yrs or less anyway
Hello; Yes this one is easy to see. In hindsight there were plenty of red flags prior to the "I do's" in my two failed marriages. I can see them clearly now but my mind was clouded over while courting.I see red flags!
Hello; Yes to this. My general advice to anyone who talks to me about getting married is this. Try to walk away from the intended mate and stay away. Only come back and do the deed (Not what you are thinking KK) and get hitched with the full understanding you are walking into an emotional meat grinder. If accepting this likely outcome you still have to be with the person, then you are too far gone and may as well accept your fate.You'd hope she would at least be willing to compromise, if not tell that man to run! Run for the hills!!!
Hello; This is much too level headed and reasonable of an attitude. Much too fair and proper.That is sad, but hard to really pass judgment without knowing the full story.
Are they renting? Maybe the landlord said no tanks at all and those two tanks could get them evicted?
Maybe space is extremely limited and causing too much stress?
Undisciplined kids causing issues with the tanks making them a source of arguments?
Hello; I did ask my second wife to stop smoking before we married. She did agree but never did so. ( Yeah duh; I was a dumb a** to even expect this right.) Yes a non smoker living with a smoker is not good news.
Since that divorce I will not date a woman who smokes.
One additional thing I would have to say no about is a cat. They make me get stuffed up.