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Just Said Yes September 2023

No Family Or Friends

M M, on June 12, 2023 at 2:19 AM Posted in Family and Relationships 1 7
So my family doesn't really approve of my relationship. We've been together 11 years and have 4 kids together. We have had the good, bad, and ugly for sure. We have pretty much no friends. No family who wants to attend. They will if we force them but we don't want to do that obviously. My main concern is the biblical aspect. I hope biblically we don't need people there to be married in front of God.

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Latest activity by Michelle, on June 12, 2023 at 4:57 PM
  • Alyssa
    Super October 2023
    Alyssa ·
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    Can't speak on anything religious, but why do your friends and family not like someone you've been with for over a decade? That's very suspicious.
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  • Cece
    Rockstar October 2023
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    You do not need any witnesses for your marriage to be recognized in the eyes of God.
    Witnesses are only a requirement by certain state laws; so do make sure you check local laws where you will be married to see if they require witnesses.
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  • Jacks
    Rockstar November 2054
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    I see red flags here. You mean everyone in your life still disapproves after 11 years and 4 kids?

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  • M
    Just Said Yes September 2023
    M M ·
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    It's mainly because he doesn't have a job. They think his worth depends on the amount of money he has.
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  • M
    Just Said Yes September 2023
    M M ·
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    I'm glad to hear your opinion on how suspicious it is to you. The point is that they won't show, it's not why they won't show. But thank you!
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  • M
    Just Said Yes September 2023
    M M ·
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    Thank you!
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  • Michelle
    Rockstar December 2022
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    Playing devil’s advocate, many families have one person who they don’t approve of even if that individual did nothing wrong. Because they have different values, ethics, religion, social status, and the list goes on. Instead of punishing the individual by blacklisting them from the family, why not look for a found family among friends who don’t judge without reason?


    What is relatives’ reasoning for the fiancé being a bad person? They aren’t the ones marrying this person. What does the Biblical aspect mean to you?
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