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LKJMay 15, 2020
Mr. Steurer, I appreciate this beautiful and thoughtful advice to a grieving woman who obviously loves her former husband very much regardless of his hurtful choices. I have one question, though, about the idea of "moving on" being connected to finding someone else. It was unclear in this woman's question if her former husband had remarried, but I wonder why the strong undercurrent of "finding someone else" as the sign of moving on? Is this the wisdom of the psychology programs at university or of our loving Heavenly Father?
DonnaMay 15, 2020
Short answer: YES.
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