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Marriage Argument

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This is in response to Question ID: 1583. The statements from the question ID: 1583 are all that I can remember and am pretty sure nothing else was said that was an indication of divorce. I have restated the statements below for reference.

"l think we need to have a discussion, we need to think about divorce." Then we continued to argue back and forth. I also said "we aren't working out, we had a nice run, but now we have to think about this seriously" or some words along the lines of that. I was just talking about the state of our marriage and how it's been. My wife was telling me to stop. I told her I wasn't going to put up with her behavior anymore and her disrespect towards me. I never had any intention of divorce at this time. I was just telling her I was done with her behavior. Later the argument cooled down and that was it.

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In order to validate our earlier judgment on question #1583, we asked for more details, regarding that argument.

Since the questioner had no further evidence, it is therefore confirmed that no divorce has taken place in the case, you should live a married life without any hesitation.

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