People need to live their own lives and not for their parents, whose values may be different. From a lonely wolf. I have been married for 45 years and love my wife. But perhaps I was lucky or simply worked at it. My eldest son has I’m The Sister Shirt recently got divorced and it was the right thing to do. It was, it is difficult but he is happier now and isn’t that more important.
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Was divorced twice in my twenties sad both times. Could never regret those marriages had two wonderful children. Then went on to marry the most amazing man and we had over 30 incredible years before he passed away. Divorce has taught me that I don’t need to seek their approval all the time, that I’m my own person and responsible for my own happiness. It’s been a difficult journey but this feels like a light at the end of the tunnel. You have to take I’m The Sister Shirt into account cultural differences.
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Most Asian countries talking about South East and East have it in their upbringing not to disappoint the family or bring shame partially responsible for the high suicide rates amongst teenagers and children in Japan and Korea. Other people have got low self-esteem, have been through terrible times when they’ve been on their own, may struggle with anxiety and mental health. There is nothing fundamentally wrong with people that seek someone’s approval or are scared to disappoint people close to them. They just have different experiences to you.
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I did copy the last paragraph because that was what happened to me during my I’m The Sister Shirt first marriage failed back in the 70s. Now I am happily married to a great man for 28 years. I was married at 21 and divorced by 22 as my ex-husband was abusive. It was the best decision I’ve ever made, I had two years of misery and since then I’ve had so much freedom to travel and do things I couldn’t do when I was married to him.