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    Oh man...hang in there Chris!! Sending good wishes your way in hoping all can be worked out!!!

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    Sorry to hear that Chris, but very glad you two are trying to work things out. My prayers to you.
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    Hey Chris, I don't know you but know the pain of a marriage in trouble...the serenity prayer helps. Sending you warm aloha.

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    Chris,

    My heart feels for you. I hope that things work themselves out for the best...
    Aloha,
    Ronnie



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    Thanks everyone. This was a good day, although the therapist I was scheduled to see on my own at 5pm stood me up! But things have been good at home.
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    Hello Cyber Uke Buddy:

    I'm sending you a uke blast of support. Marriage is hard, but most everything in life (like playing the uke :-)) is hard to do well--but worth the effort.

    My wish for you is that both you and your bride will find peace, clarity, and always remain friends--no matter how things turn out. Thumbs up, buddy!
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    Hey Chris Tarman --

    Happy Wednesday! Your good news of the day? You don't live in Minnesota where it's just damn cold and ishy today. **smile**

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    Chris, you and your wife are in my prayers.

    Before I got married, my future brother-in-law asked me this question: Have you heard about the 3 rings of marriage? The engagement ring, the wedding ring... and the suffering.

    Not making light of your situation or anyone else's since I've had my own hard times in marriage and we got things back on on track with the help of prayer and yes, effort and willingness. In the end, marriage, happiness as cliche as it sounds is indeed a choice.

    I think the biggest illusion during any difficult time is that you have to wait till everything's "OK" to feel better, at peace, even happy. You don't have to wait.
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    Chris -

    You are definitely in my prayers. If there is anything else we can do - let us know! This is the most giving community around!
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    hey Chris. I don't think we have ever spoken on here before but I see you time to time.... You'll pull through, might take a while I guess, considering I have my own assumption (I know I shouldn't), but it will work out for the best, if it's meant to be for the best.


    Just remember. Everything in the end turns out OK, if it's not OK, then it's not the end. I feel for you man...

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