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Old 14-12-2014, 21:17
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I read a bit of an article about Text Santa today and in it Alesha was talking about her little girl and her partner. She said "why do people always ask when you are going to get married once you have had a baby?"

How about putting the horse before the cart? Particularly as she had such a dreadful father figure you would think she would want some stability for her child.



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Old 14-12-2014, 21:30
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Marriage isn't a guarantee of stability. Never has been, never will be.

(Apologies if you wanted 'blistering'. I'm sure someone will oblige soon.)
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Old 14-12-2014, 21:35
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I'm surprised that Alesha is surprised.
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Old 14-12-2014, 21:52
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I read a bit of an article about Text Santa today and in it Alesha was talking about her little girl and her partner. She said "why do people always ask when you are going to get married once you have had a baby?"

How about putting the horse before the cart? Particularly as she had such a dreadful father figure you would think she would want some stability for her child.



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Ever heard of divorce ?
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Old 14-12-2014, 22:08
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Ever heard of divorce ?


So you don't bother getting married because you want to avoid a divorce?
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Old 14-12-2014, 22:15
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Marriage doesn't mean stability nor does not being married mean the relationship is worth less.

I've been with my partner for longer than anyone I know (24 1/2 years) and getting married would mean nothing to me. It's 5 minutes in a register office repeating some words that a bloke from the council tells you to imo.

I've actually got one mate who has been divorced 3 times since we've been together so work out how his kids have got more stability than mine
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Old 14-12-2014, 22:39
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Cart before the horse? If you needed to be married before you had children, surely it would be biologically impossible.

It's more likely that having a failed marriage to a man that cheated on her, then cheated on the woman he cheated on her with (who had his child) has done some damage to the idea that there is sanctity and protection in the act of wearing a pretty dress and repeating someone else's words.

But, you know, don't let that stop you judging from back there in the 1950's.
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Old 15-12-2014, 00:17
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Who said I am judging?

I have simply made a comment which I am entitled to do.
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Old 15-12-2014, 00:25
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I read a bit of an article about Text Santa today and in it Alesha was talking about her little girl and her partner. She said "why do people always ask when you are going to get married once you have had a baby?"

How about putting the horse before the cart? Particularly as she had such a dreadful father figure you would think she would want some stability for her child.



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You think Katie Price approach to marriage is better than folks who live with their partners for decades. Hm,.......
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Old 15-12-2014, 09:03
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OP you mention her awful father, so now add the prat of a cheating first husband and we have 1 +1 = 2, so she has the,' not doing that again.'

At the end of the day she is a grown woman and can decide to do what she wants. She earns her own money and can be independent. She has a partner and is happy and I am sure her baby is happy. That is all you can ask for in live, being happy.
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Old 15-12-2014, 09:49
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I read a bit of an article about Text Santa today and in it Alesha was talking about her little girl and her partner. She said "why do people always ask when you are going to get married once you have had a baby?"

How about putting the horse before the cart? Particularly as she had such a dreadful father figure you would think she would want some stability for her child.



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It is 2014, not 1954.

Marriage does not necessarily mean anything other than a piece of paper to show you're committed (and I'm saying that as someone who has been happily married for 11 years).

As long as her, her partner and their child are happy it is absolutely nobody's business but theirs.
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Old 15-12-2014, 10:20
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Who said I am judging?

I have simply made a comment which I am entitled to do.
Marriage does not equal stability. So while you may not be judging, your starting premise is really flawed.
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