I agree. I used to love coming to these boards and see all the questions and answers. Now, they're so slow some of them rarely get any posts while other are lucky to get one or two new posts a day.View Thread
All the moderators were "let go" (fired) a bit over a year ago and ever since then, things haven't been the same. Many of the boards I frequent have ground to a hald while others still get new postings but not as often, maybe once or twice a day.View Thread
An engagement doesn't provide any more security than a marriage does. There are people who are enganged who really aren't committed; they're only engaged because they were pressed into it or felt it was something they "should" do.
Just becauase a couple is not married or engaged does not mean they are not totally committed to each other.View Thread
I agree. Also, what about all those people who do not want to get married but are totally committed to their partner? You can be totally committed without a ring and not be committed at all with a ring.View Thread
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