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Within a few months after the proposal, my wedding planning was in full effect. The big day was set for November 4, 2017. My fiancéhad taken a travel job that would start in June or July. Therefore, my career had been put on hold because he wanted my son and I to travel with him.The traveling contract ended in October and from the onset of his work contract and the time it ended, I had already taken my ring off twice due to the growing issues between us. The last time I took off my ring, he gave me an ultimatum stating that if I took my ring off one more time, the wedding would be permanently off. The arguments were constant and numerous. It was difficult to keep track of the the whys and the how. What I do remember is that every time I would take the engagement ring off, I would say “I ‘m not signing a contract to live the rest of my life like this.”The arguments would make me feel so emotionally drained, I felt that life was being sucked out of me. I could not understand why I could get along well with everyone except my future husband.This was a monumental red flag that I once again ignored. The truth is, I was living my life outside of the will of God and doing whatever I wanted to do. But I was a firm believer in the scripture Matthew 7:12 So in everything, do to others what you would have them do to you, for this sums up the Law and the Prophets. So, I treated him the way I treated everyone else with respect. It just made it easier to deal with people by following that rule. I remember even Asking him why is it that I could get along with everyone but him. His response would be I wish you treated me like you treated everyone else. I often would describe our relationship as oil and water. We just did not mix well at all. For the rest of our time together, we lived up to that title of oil and water. We were together but we were never

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