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Would you marry a drug addict who had no intention of stopping?
Why would anyone in thier right mind, decide to marry a drug addict ? That should be an automatic red flag. And no...love is not enough for a marriage to work ... it is only a start. You need a whole lot more than just those feelings . Some mandatory things for a marriage to work include : Huge responsibility, integrity, commitment, steady employment, deep personal relationship to God , no neurosis, good emotional health, being on the same wavelength for the future, strong morals , strong ethics, same goals, as a minimum. Entertaining a Drug Addict for marriage is not Gods plan for your life -- he desires two people who are are emotionally and spiritually mature . Please dont consider marrying anyone who shows a red flag like this. You are far better off on your own.
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After long last, Ive decided to celebrate by Coming-Out about my sexuality --- I just want everyone to know that Im (still) a heterosexual .
Pro-abortion hypocrisy : 'Its just a blob of tissue if you don't want it...but its a Human Baby if you do want it' .
I understand addiction. I have an issue with Tramadol but I want to stop.Its not really an anti social drug. I'm not robbing to get it its prescribed. It doesn't really impact my moods and temper either.
However, if i met a chap who had substance abuse issues/anti social issues/mood issues and no intention to stop no i wouldn't want a long term relationship.
The chastisement for our peace was upon Him,
And by His stripes we are healed.
Satan masquerades as an angel of light 2 cor 11:16
If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness. IJohn 1:9
If the Son therefore shall make you free, you shall be free indeed. 1 John 8:36
But it ain't about how hard you're hit, it is about how hard you can get hit and keep moving ... Rocky Balboa