Posted Tue, March 13, 2012 1:22pm EST

Peter Facinelli & Jennie Garth — Pics

Posted Tue, March 13, 2012 1:22pm EST

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Tara

Posted at 1:11 PM on March 23, 2013  

It is so sad when people make vows, a covenant with God, and then break them. It is so sad when people don’t realize that after the chemical attraction dies, REAL LOVE is a CHOICE. That’s how you know it is real, because you choose it. How many more families will be broken, children left with broken ideals and sad examples of the commitment of marriage, and the emotional damage goes on while the parents say…” that’s just the way life goes sometimes”. Death is inevitable, NOT DIVORCE. Divorce is a choice made via giving up….great example for our children, no? Peter has a responsibility, to hold and protect his family with all of his might; to protect them physically and emotionally and allow them the rare privilege of ideals. To show them how you hold on with love, patience, and faith. Jenny has a responsibility to support him in this, together providing safety for their family. Once you are married, there is no such thing as MOVING ON, just MOVING FORWARD, TOGETHER! and instead of quoting another popular worldly song in a tweet to excuse one’s self for giving up, tweeting a worship song about letting go of pain and disappointment and forgiving each other and moving forward together as man and wife honoring your vows would be much more admirable. One day, I pray Peter will man up, and take hold of his responsibilities and family with a feverish love that he chooses to never let end. I pray that God give him the strength to give his family a happy ending. I pray that he gives his girls and his wife the sense of security that they need in their father and husband. I pray that Peter would have the strength to break away from whatever caused him to pull away from his family…..the one he helped create and was supposed to protect, honor and hold together. I pray that differences can be loved, vows can be honored, forgiveness can take place, and love will once again be chosen. And food for thought, if the doctors tell you that your daughter has a rare disease that they have limited treatment available and she only has a year or two to live, do you just accept it and watch her die, holding onto every last precious moment so you can write a book one day? Or do you research and search for all sorts of treatment options available in other parts of the world and then find a way to make that available to your girl even if you have to sell the house and move into an apartment or a mobile home? Why would you just try marriage counseling? YOU MADE VOWS. If counseling doesn’t work, then GO ANOTHER ROUTE! This isn’t a gamble in Vegas where you put all your money on one damn table! Find books, go to seminars, seek more help, transform your mind! I really don’t care whose ring is off or what papers were signed or even if someone already started dating…….. If marriage was easy, it wouldn’t be worth fighting for. If you GREW APART, Grow Back Together! FIGHT PETER, FIGHT! Protect, love and honor those blessings given to you. You, in your family, you are THE MAN. For them, you are the next closest thing to God. It is never too late, and the most admirable men are the ones who can not only admit to their mistakes, but take action against all odds to make things better! God bless you and your famiy.

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