Many boyfriends, two daughters but no husband.
男緣多,夫緣不永

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She met her first boyfriend at the age of 13, by 21, she already had 7 boyfriends. She always curious and excited to see what kinds of opportunities any new relationship has to offer. She's having so much ease and success meeting other guys.

Her first marriage was in 1995 but it was short lived. Two years after her younger daughter was born, she started living apart from her husband. She divorced her husband in 2001.

Her second marriage was in 2010 and this marriage only lasted until 2013.

She has zero problems meeting new guys zero problems when stay together but always having a lot of problems when come to marriage. Why?



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