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Wedding photos

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20 May 12 #331765 by Jo100
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Has anyone destroyed their wedding photos (in a therapeutic, let''s move on kind of way) & NOT regretted it?

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20 May 12 #331769 by raybird
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i wasnt married so no wedding photos, but every photo of him and his children has gone, i didnt want to see any of them in my house, regret it ? no xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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20 May 12 #331773 by rubytuesday
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I did, all my wedding photos (except for one of myself and my father) were either burnt or shredded, along with any photos of my ex. I dont regret it at all.

But then we had had no children together and my ex wasn''t a particularly nice person.

I think if you have children together, then its important to keep photo depicting happier times, and important family events so that the children can see them and know that there were happy times in the family. To destroy all photos of an ex-spouse with whom you have children is like trying to erase them entirely.

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20 May 12 #331775 by perin123
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My wedding photos are up in the loft.

All holiday photos and photos of ex before we had our son have been destroyed.

Regrets? NO..............

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20 May 12 #331820 by Wiser
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No regrets, no.
Why do I want to be reminded of a failure?
Concerntrating on the future.
The material things in my life mean very little, my children mean everything and can''t be replaced.
When the material things are gone, whether your ex took/stole/sold/burnt/cut them,or you did, it is not important and doesn''t matter in the big scheme of things.

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20 May 12 #331821 by WhiteRose
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I needed something to light the BBQ with :P

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20 May 12 #331830 by NewHorizons
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Burnt and not regretted it.
I had kept one for the children, but as he has let them down and rarely contacts them, that has gone too.

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