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Thank you again, Dr. I purchased and read the book you recommended. it was excellent in terms of helping me become more aware of and letting go of past issues with my ex spouse as well as develop an awareness of what it takes to be successful in marriage. My thoughts and feelings were validated regarding my boyfriend and my marriage iq and skill set. we purchased a home together with my putting down about $50k plus moving expenses while he took on the mortgage/title.. so, I also feel like there is a ot at stake ffrom this perspective. I am trying to be deliberate and savvy about my money and future.
my boyfriend and I have been together nearly a year and are completely committed to spending the rest of our lives together. We purchased a home and moved in together. Along with our children from our previous marriages we act as and consider eachother family. I am very happy. He has previously said he didn't want to marry again and felt we could have an even stronger commitment without marriage. I act as a wife and mother in our home and he acts as husband and father/stepfather.. question for you is: is it wrong or petty of me to want to be married to him even though I am not a religious person...and failed at my past marriage?