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A quick poll: What's your marital status?

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What is your present marital status?

  1. 1. What is your present marital status?

    • Married
      29
    • Divorced
      6
    • Widowed
      1
    • Separated
      1
    • Non-traditional relationship
      3
    • Never married (single)
      9

49 members have participated

I clicked "divorced" (the only one so far) because last November I ended a 10 year relationship (non-traditional, we would have married if same sex marriages were allowed) and he finally moved out in March and I'm now single and staying that way for a while.

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I am a 26-year-old maid (single female with no kiddos). Y'all can tell, because I post on Allnurses.com excessively, and only an old maid would do that!

However, I'd love to marry and have children someday. :)

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Divorced. I got married at 18 and divorced at 19, ha should of listened to mama. I am in a relationship now I have no kids and not planning on marriage until I'm in my 30's lol.

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MARRIED 29 YEARS TODAY!!!!!!!!!:trout:
Well, congratulations! :yeah:

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So are you:

Married? Divorced? Separated? Non-traditional relationship? Widowed? Never married?

I'm in that last category, and I'm hoping it won't lead to problems. With male nurses assumed to be gay my lack of a spouse/fiance/girlfriend may feed that stereotype.

If it's any consolation to you, I wouldn't assume a man was gay just because he was a nurse, and I certainly wouldn't assume he was gay just because he wasn't in a relationship at the moment AND he was a nurse. Most people I know would answer the same.

Anyway, I voted before I read that this is for people already in the profession. (Oops.) But I doubt that I will be anything other than "single, never married" until I'm 25 or older, and hopefully I'll be a nurse before then... :uhoh3:

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Well, being married was an important hurdle for me - it was something I really wanted to "prove" that I was really an adult, or normal, or something....and I really did love my husband....too much perhaps.

Well, that fell apart and so I voted for divorced because that is what I am right now. I am learning about myself....and someday hope to be remarried and have a few kids and a nice stable life. House in the country, lots of trees and plants and a garden....Farmer's daughter, what can I say??

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I think single men are treated well (IMHO). Women tend to take them under their wing (IMHO). Just being honest. LOL :) I think you'll do fine. They *might* try to hook you up with people though.....

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MARRIED 29 YEARS TODAY!!!!!!!!!:trout:

aw, HAPPY ANNIVERSARY SHARON AND DH!!!:balloons::balloons::balloons:

God bless you both.

leslie

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Married, for....sixteen days now! We are still very much newly-weds!

congratulations, duckie and dh (dh=duckie's husband)!!! :balloons::balloons::balloons:

leslie

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married 20 yrs in november.

and still growing strong, despite many storms.

wouldn't have had it any other way.

leslie

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married 20 yrs in november.

and still growing strong, despite many storms.

wouldn't have had it any other way.

leslie

IMO the strongest marriages experience a little turbulance, or rather the strongest marriages are the ones who have learned to survive the turbulance and sail on through to clear skies.

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