Try to be forgotten. Go live in the country. Stay in mourning for two years, then remarry, but choose somebody decent.— Alexander Pushkin
Captivate Remarried quotations
"Did those nice church ladies come by again?" He nodded.
"I asked them if a man died and then the woman remarried, and then the three of them met in heaven, would it be a sin for them to have a threesome, since they were all married in God's eye. And they decided they were late to be somewhere else."
Remarrying a husband you've divorced is like having your appendix put back in.
I bequeath all my property to my wife on the condition that she remarry immediately. Then there will be at least one man to regret my death.
I'm now happily remarried to a good cook, which encourages me to be lazy.
I like to think that I'm a new man, but perhaps I'm not. I offset it by doing the ironing, though. She has a small farm in the New Forest with a herd of cattle, so she serves up a steak and kidney pie made with her own beef.
[Hermogenes] despises God's law in his painting, maintains repeated marriages [almost certainly a reference to remarrying after divorce or perhaps even widowhood, which Tertullian, who became a Montanist, opposed], alleges the law of God in defense of lust [likely same reference], and yet despises it in respect of his art.
Will I die slain like my King by a terrorist? Will my woman be Coretta, take my name and cherish it? Or will she Jackie O., drop the Kennedy, remarry it?
Art and life ought to be hurriedly remarried and brought to live together.
Technology forced me to divorce a pixie and remarry a pixel.
The key phrase used by the synod, which I'll take up again, is 'integrate' in the life of the Church the wounded families, remarried families, etc. But of this one mustn't forget the children in the middle. They are the first victims, both in the wounds, and in the conditions of poverty, of work.
The reason that stepmothers are often the bad guy in fairy tales is because people died in childbirth, all the time, so fathers remarried and there would be a struggle between the children and the new wife, in terms of who would inherit what.
I had a somewhat frenetic childhood because my mum and dad split up when I was five, and then my mum remarried.
I'm still very close friends with his first wife, Neile, who is now remarried.
I liked my father a lot, but I didn't see him very often because my mother was bitter about him. He remarried, and I used to have to sneak off to see him.
Feminists often discuss women having two jobs: work and children.
True. But no one discusses those divorced and remarried men who have three jobs: work, and two sets of children to nurture and financially support.
The divorce is a regret of mine and my mum thinks that we should have stayed together. He's now remarried so there's no chance of us getting back together.
'Statistically, people who have been happily married and then widowed tend to remarry.
We have so much left to experience and learn about each other - it's almost like we've been remarried with the show being over. Now it's a whole new life for us.
My dad died when I was young; my mom remarried with more haste than sense to a fellow... he wasn't evil or anything, but he was worthless.
One footnote says that divorced and remarried faithful, who are not recognized by the Catholic Church because it upholds the indissolubility of marriage, might in some particular cases have access to the sacraments.
I've sort of remarried a few years ago and have had a couple more children in the last couple of years. And so home life is taking up a lot of my time.
When you get divorced and remarried, nobody gets discarded.
Everybody is still there. Even if their storyline is not directly yours.
Some people get divorced, they leave the person for a couple of years, then they remarry. Relationships are very, very strange.
When you change showrunners, it's like getting divorced and getting remarried.
After my husband died more than a decade ago, my mother prayed that I would remarry so that I could have a "normal" life again. Many people assumed that it would be too difficult for me to carry on as a single mother and raise a child without a man at my side. As the years went by, I found that it was indeed possible and that, in fact, I had no desire to remarry.
After my parents divorced, my father remarried and my brothers were born when I was twelve and sixteen. I was thunderstruck at these kids. The "baby-ness" of them. Their toes. I had never been around babies before.
My wife and I got remarried. Our divorce didn't work out.
Compared to other parents, remarried parents seem more desirous of their child's approval, more alert to the child's emotional state, and more sensitive in their parent-child relations. Perhaps this is the result of heightened empathy for the child's suffering, perhaps it is a guilt reaction; in either case, it gives the child a potent weapon--the power to disrupt the new household and come between parent and the new spouse.
We have this obsession with broken homes.
Everyone wants to find a problem with it, but not me. I had great homes. Both my parents remarried and I got more people to learn from!
I don't believe in regretting - one should try to move on.
My mum was good at that. She was deeply in love with my father, and he died when I was nine. She remarried, and her second husband died, too. I saw the grieving process she went through. My mother had this way of moving on. It was a fine trait.
Eat, drink and remarry is my motto.
But time, as well as healing all wounds, taught me something strange too: that it's possible to love more than one person in a lifetime. I remarried. I'm very happy with my new wife, and I can't imagine living without her. This, however, doesn't mean that I have to renounce all my past experiences, as long as I'm careful not to compare my two lives. You can't measure love the way you can the length of a road or the height of a building.