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  1. Well, the thought of my wife loving someone else, my kids being raised by another man? Makes me nauseated. But, conversely, the thought of my wife being alone and my kids having no father figure as they continue to grow makes me sad. We each say that we’d never re-marry if something were to happen to either of us. But the reality is, people re-marry all the time after the death of a spouse. If it ever happened, I’d hope she found someone who loves her like I do, and treats my kids as their own. If not, I’d haunt the shit outta the dude!!!!

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    • My thoughts exactly. If it came down to it, i wouldn’t want my husband burdened with the fear of betraying me. If it meant he was truly loved again, I’d be okay with that. On the otherhand, if it were me left behind by death, i think it would be hard for me to open up to acknowledging that love again in someone else.

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