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posted 3/18/2007 11:17:54 AM |
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In the fairy tales they all seem to end with 'And they all lived happily ever after'. How many really believe that happily ever after really exists? I don't mean that everyday of your life is picture perfect, no problems, no arguements, never need any personal space. I just mean truly in love wanting to share the entire rest of your life with this one person. And honestly looking forward to it.
Whether you have found it yet or not, do you believe it exists for you?

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ValentineGirl214

Mar 18 @ 11:32AM  
I think there is "happily ever after" but I think it's based friendship and communication, not sex. Sex is Great, but when it's gone, due to age or illness, there has to be something else. Maybe being 45 gives me a different look at things then say a 20 yr old.
WykedMommy165

Mar 18 @ 11:53AM  
I believe that I've found my 'ever after'. He has been in my life for the last 19 years and gave me 3 wonderful children. Anyone who knows me knows that I'll be REmarrying him in October (sooner if I can talk him into it!).

There are fairytales that DO come true, we are living proof!

Lisa46

Mar 18 @ 11:58AM  
Do I believe in it of course I do!! Will I ever find it??? I pray I do!!! Am I getting discouraged you bet your sweet ass I am!!
jezzarae

Mar 18 @ 12:14PM  
In those same fairy tales with happily ever after, she married the prince, got room service, servants to cook clean shop, nannies to raise the children, treasurers to handle the bills and a prince to cuddle up with every night. No wonder she lived happily ever after.
Ok now back to reality. Very few of us get the fairy tale. We all have the stresses life deals us to live with. I will am happy to settle for happily 'some of the time' ever after.
Mrs_Romantic_Fool

Mar 18 @ 12:27PM  
I DO believe in "happy ever after". Life is much like a fairytale, but with the huge difference that you have to WORK hard at it. Happiness doesn't flow freely from the tip of a pen. Any relationship have arguments and dissagreements, but it's HOW you work through them, that really matters.

I found MY Happy Ever After with the man I love above all else.

My Romantic Fool, I love YOU
NightOfOld

Mar 18 @ 1:03PM  

Yes I believe it can happen and does happen. I'm just not one of the lucky ones.
DoIDetectAHIntOfTuna

Mar 18 @ 1:38PM  
I believe "happily ever after" was bought and spoon fed to us by the Disney corporation. And even they don't believe in "happily ever after".

Cinderella was one of the movies produced after world war two to get the economy going. However, they just came out with a Cinderalla part three. It basically seems to say "and they lived happily ever after. Then, this is what happened..."

But let's face it, there is always going to be turmoil. Do you think the poor prince who got stuck with Snow White is going to tolerate all those damn animals hanging around his palace? And how long can he stand listening to her high pitched singing? Prince Eric got stuck with Ariel. when Ariel starts smelling like fish "down there", she thinks it's normal. Poor Eric has to live with that for "ever after". I suspect Cinderella's bitch of a stepmother will be back to ruin her "happily ever after" for a fourth time.

So no, there is no such thing as a happily ever after. If there was, Disney wouldn't make as much money.
sumdaysoon

Mar 18 @ 6:19PM  
oh i believe in it........i have seen it.....but alas have not found it.......yet.....
cabl_guy

Mar 18 @ 7:05PM  
Yes, I believe in it but, I didn't find it.
casuallylooking

Mar 18 @ 7:24PM  
Thank you all for your responses.
I am truly happy that a few of you have found your happily ever after. And that some of you still have hope of finding it.

DoIdetect, you have some valid points. But I said I didn't mean picture perfect just that one person that you want to spend forever with and look forward to. Luckily for Disney ever after can be have some turmoil and create more money for them.As for your thoughts on Ariel, yuke!!

I agree mostly with Valentinegirl and Lisa.I believe in happily ever after, and it has to do with a lot more than just sex, although that's a nice bonus. And I pray I do find it. But I know I had a very good chance at it when I was younger and I blew it. I guess I didn't know then that you had to work at it. It wasn't just there from a magic wand.So I do very much believe, but I'm not sure I'll ever have a chance at it again. I hope so. I hope we all do.
halojmpr24987

Apr 28 @ 8:16PM  
I would have to say no. I don't believe it is possible. Actually I am just a little bitter and disillusioned at relationships in general. I have been married to the same woman for 25 years next month, and despite every possible thing that can (and did) go wron in the relationship, we are still together. I can't really say either one of us is happy at this point, but for whatever sick reason we have stayed together. The sad part is I could hardly give back in a lifetime, all the love and support and patience she has put into the relationship. She has truly been the one who has given all of herself to stay in it with me, and I wish all of that were enough for us to be happy together, but it isn't. I wish she hadn't wasted her time on me.

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