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cindigal posted:
I have to admit that I do love reality shows at night, not all of them, What can I say, live alone with 2 cute cats so whats wrong with guilty pleasures. Anyway, I watch ET and E news fathfuly and the latest news about the former Bachelor cast member (Gia) really got me upset. She was just gorgeous and had everything going for her. I was rooting for her to win that season. Its very troubling and everytime I hear reasons or hear some bit news from E news about people that knew her. I guess I cant relate to have a longing to be with someone with the rest of your life. Also, insecurities that someone could have, which was one the reasons. I was married 13 years and we had tough times and we separated in 2005. I never wanted to meet another man, seriously. I am totally content with myself, although I had years with depression even with marrried. I dont know, I guess some people need a special person in their life or theyre not fully whole. What is everyone's take on it. Would you rather have a partner for life or being alone after having rocky relationships with spouse...??


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