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This Recently Married Man Just Realized Marriage Is Not For Him

This Recently Married Man Just Realized Marriage Is Not For Him
This is Seth Adam Smith and his wife, Kim. They've been married a year and a half, and Seth just realized: marriage is not for him. [/caption] He realized it's MUCH more than that. This is a recent entry from his blog. It's well worth reading. Marriage Isn't For You Having been married only a year and a half, I’ve recently come to the conclusion that marriage isn’t for me.

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