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ApocalypseKurtz

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A dilemma with the FSP
« on: April 29, 2003, 06:56:19 pm »

Heres the problem: my significant other is not opposed to the FSP but not for it either; in other words, she would not object to it, but would not actively participate.  The problem is that she does not approve of moving to the state that we (will) choose to move to.  Do I have to make a choice between my girlfriend and my ideology?
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Re:A dilemma with the FSP
« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2003, 06:59:48 pm »

Only you can decide what is most important in life.

You could compromise and support the free state from afar.

Or she could compromise and agree to move if condition x is met.

You could move and she might decide that you're worth following.

But ultimately, you have to make the tough decisions.

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Re:A dilemma with the FSP
« Reply #2 on: April 30, 2003, 09:19:10 pm »

My gf and I are now far more serious than we were when I first joined... Her two kids and I are basically a family now... I had opted out of one state, but she does NOT want to move to one of the other states... She says she has been there, and HATES it... BUT she likes the state I had opted-out of, so I might hafta trade opt-outs.  ::)

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Re:A dilemma with the FSP
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2003, 01:32:12 pm »


My gf and I are now far more serious than we were when I first joined... Her two kids and I are basically a family now... I had opted out of one state, but she does NOT want to move to one of the other states... She says she has been there, and HATES it... BUT she likes the state I had opted-out of, so I might hafta trade opt-outs.  ::)


I'm beginning to get the feeling you won't have to move from New Hampshire at all.

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