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« Reply #60 on: August 13, 2019, 01:27:16 PM »
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    Not all fatness is a result of food intake.

    Some heavy women, particularly over 40, are heavy due to medical conditions, particularly thyroid disease.  Some other heavy women are heavy due to adrenal fatigue, stress, or other medical problems or medications.

    heavy men is not always due to too much food intake, either.

    Hogwash.

    Same old dilapidated excuse.

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    « Reply #61 on: August 13, 2019, 01:38:33 PM »
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  • If you have thyroid or adrenal issues then food plays a large part.  You’re either eating too much or eating crap food.  Crap food is worse than overeating good food.  Your body needs nutrition or else it declines. 


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    « Reply #62 on: August 13, 2019, 04:44:21 PM »
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  • Would it be wrong for a 22 y/o man to date a 44 y/o widow?( assuming she’s a good Traditional Catholic)
    I read through the thread but I wanted to get back to the OP post, it would be wrong because she will treat him like a son plus he will be looking at the teen daughters.

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    « Reply #63 on: August 13, 2019, 05:56:39 PM »
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  • IMO, there is something really wrong with a 44 yr old woman who is interested in a 22 year old guy. She suffers from stunted emotional growth for some reason, and lacks the foresight to see the multiple types of train-wrecks that could ensue from the arrangement, especially for her children. If she did consider the possibilities - then she would avoid the situation like the plague! So she likely is either immature or has some other kind of mental/emotional impairment. Run.   1MT

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    « Reply #64 on: August 13, 2019, 10:02:28 PM »
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  • Would it be wrong for a 22 y/o man to date a 44 y/o widow?( assuming she’s a good Traditional Catholic)
    Only a moral leper or village idiot could pose such a question.


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    « Reply #65 on: August 14, 2019, 09:51:54 AM »
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  • President Macron of France is 41 while his wife is 65. His two stepsons are older than him. I cant say for sure but his mother may be younger than his wife.
    These sort of things do crop in these sort of relationships. 

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    Re: Would it be wrong for a 22 y/o man to date a 44 y/o widow?
    « Reply #66 on: August 15, 2019, 09:23:13 AM »
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  • I'm not fat and neither is my husband. I think I will weigh in on this thread though.

    We met in 1995 I was 45 he was 25. He converted to become a Catholic and we married two years later. We have been happily married ever since and he is a devoted husband all these years.
    In November we will celebrate my 70th and his 50th birthday. Since 2010 we have been living in europe and he has more than adequately supported me financially. 

    The thing I enjoy most about our relationship, and he feels the same, is our daily prayer and spritual  friendship. We are truly soul mates who do and always will help one another on this path to Heaven.

    Naysayers beware, it may be God's will to marry a bit out of the norm as long as there is no sin involved, because there may be a higher than worldly view of marraige for some chosen special soul mates.

    Remember, marraige is a vocation if it is based on the Highest Union being with God.
    "A person is an individual substance of a rational nature."
    "Truth does not depend on our knowledge of it; but on the existence of things."
    De Veritate: Ques. X Art. III
    Thomas Aquinas

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    « Reply #67 on: August 15, 2019, 10:55:20 AM »
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  • Do you know, GemmaGal, that your avatar picture is my favorite photograph of any saint that I have ever seen? I love gazing at that holy image and meditating and praying for Gemma's intercession. I just received a beautiful relic of Gemma in a Rosary I purchased from a good layman with a strong devotion to Gemma. I am bringing it to Father to bless this evening with some other things I want blessed. I heard that if you purchase something the blessing goes away and you have to have it blessed again, so I am having my new Rosary blessed even though it is already holy because it houses a precious relic. I can not tell what the relic is by looking at it, it looks like blood, but it is shaped like something else, I wonder if it is 1st class. I will ask Father tonight. He would know.

    Poor Gemma is the saint I have the strongest devotion to other than the Blessed Mother. Is that disordered? Are we supposed to have favorite saints of our own choosing? Or are we to love the saints in the order of their glory in heaven? But how would we know the order before the day of Judgment?

    I believe I am called to marriage. But I am not ready yet. I am trying to get ready. I don't know who to marry. Whether I am meant to marry a girl from my wicked past and try to convert her or if I am meant to marry a girl from Church. I will pray for an answer at Mass tonight.


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    « Reply #68 on: August 15, 2019, 10:55:59 AM »
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  • The above post is me, Matto. I did not notice that this was the anonymous section.

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    Re: Would it be wrong for a 22 y/o man to date a 44 y/o widow?
    « Reply #69 on: August 15, 2019, 11:29:26 AM »
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  • Do you know, GemmaGal, that your avatar picture is my favorite photograph of any saint that I have ever seen? I love gazing at that holy image and meditating and praying for Gemma's intercession. I just received a beautiful relic of Gemma in a Rosary I purchased from a good layman with a strong devotion to Gemma. I am bringing it to Father to bless this evening with some other things I want blessed. I heard that if you purchase something the blessing goes away and you have to have it blessed again, so I am having my new Rosary blessed even though it is already holy because it houses a precious relic. I can not tell what the relic is by looking at it, it looks like blood, but it is shaped like something else, I wonder if it is 1st class. I will ask Father tonight. He would know.

    Poor Gemma is the saint I have the strongest devotion to other than the Blessed Mother. Is that disordered? Are we supposed to have favorite saints of our own choosing? Or are we to love the saints in the order of their glory in heaven? But how would we know the order before the day of Judgment?

    I believe I am called to marriage. But I am not ready yet. I am trying to get ready. I don't know who to marry. Whether I am meant to marry a girl from my wicked past and try to convert her or if I am meant to marry a girl from Church. I will pray for an answer at Mass tonight.

    Dear Matto,

    It would be better to marry a virtuous woman from church than a wicked one. Bad habits, especially sexual ones, are hard to break.
    Read Hosea from the Old Testament.

    In Christ,
    Maria Regina
    Lord have mercy.

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    Re: Would it be wrong for a 22 y/o man to date a 44 y/o widow?
    « Reply #70 on: Yesterday at 03:06:17 PM »
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  • Morten Frisch and Anders Hviid, “Correlates of Heterosexual and Homosexual Marriages: A National Cohort Study of Two Million Danes,” Archives of Sexual Behavior 35 (2006):
    Quote from: abstract
    Heterosexual marriage was significantly linked to having young parents, small age differences between parents, stable parental relationships, large sibships, and late birth order. For men, homosexual ["]marriage["] was associated with having older mothers, divorced parents, absent fathers, and being the youngest child.
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