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This wonderful wedding was a very personal one for me. I was a young single mother of two, recently divorced, who found herself facing the prospect of having to pay off my mortgage and having to start a new life. It was a difficult time for me, but it felt to be the right time for me to start a new chapter in my life.
I feel that the fact that I have to have a new life is almost as surprising as the fact that I have to pay off a mortgage. I’m sure it’s going to be a very long and complicated process (which I’m sure you are already thinking about too much right now).
For those of us who have been in our lives for a while, we know the feeling of having to do that. It takes time and effort to take on the burden of being a new parent, and I imagine it will be even harder next time I have to take care of a child. The hardest part is the feeling of missing a parent.
The hardest part is missing that child, but the hardest part is dealing with the guilt. I have to remind myself that my child’s birthday is not the anniversary of the day I was born, but rather it is the day I was supposed to come into the world. I had to work hard to get there and I have to remind myself that my child was given this life for a reason. I don’t have to feel guilty because I was supposed to be here.
To make matters worse, the reason for his birth wasn’t the only reason to have been born. For some reason, the baby’s father, who was supposed to be the baby’s biological father, kept it a secret so the child could be born. In the real world, this sort of thing is illegal, but in Iran, it’s not. In fact, if you were to find out your child was the father, you would be shunned by the community.
Because this couple is not having a baby in Iran, the child’s name will change to ‘Baba,’ which in Iran, is a very, very bad (pun intended) name. Baba is the name of a monkey, so he’s not going to be a very happy bunny, unless he gets his own monkey house, but he’ll be a very sad monkey anyway.
If the child grows up to be a happy monkey, then the couple will have a better life than the monkey house. However, if the child grows up to be a sad monkey, then they will likely have a better life.
The problem with this kind of marriage is that it is in no way a commitment. It is a “weird, new, weird, weird situation” that may bring up some good and bad, but it is neither a legal nor a binding contract. The couple will probably get divorced if they are not willing to take the time to learn about each other. And if they are willing to learn, then they will probably get divorced.
That brings up the question of what happens if the monkey doesn’t grow up to be a sad monkey in the end.
In a divorce, the wife has the legal right to live wherever the husband is, and the husband has the right to live with whichever woman he chooses. However, as soon as the couple separate, this becomes a bit fuzzy because there is no legal contract. The best option is probably to ask the wife to relocate to a place where she will be free of his toxic control. The husband has the right to live wherever he wants, and the wife has the right to live wherever she wants.