Neither O'Reilly nor Mc Philmy have commented on the report.
EDITOR'S NOTE: He Said-She Said is a biweekly advice column for singles featuring a question from a reader with responses from a male and female point of view.
SEE ALSO: What You Should Know before Dating Someone with Previous Marriages According to some of the latest statistics from the U. Census, approximately 21 percent of the 121.5 million plus singles in America are divorced.
This means there are about 26 million divorced men and women in the United States, give or take a couple of million. ” We “can” do anything and many will especially as the pool of single women who have never been married grows smaller as we get older. ) have been mentioned which allow divorce to happen to emphasize the seriousness and significance marriage was created to be.
The reprimand tells Mc Philmy to stop telling her children her second marriage is valid in the eyes of God, Gawker reports.
Check out the biggest celebrity cheating scandals This reprimand might be the first step to excommunication if Mc Philmy doesn't comply with its demands, a move Gawker hypothesizes that O'Reilly might be behind.
Q: Were you following the Lord during your marriage? Q: What caused the divorce, was abuse or adultery involved? If they simply said they fell out of love or they weren’t attracted to each other, etc. Q: What are the legal ramifications of your marriage. Q: How involved are you now with your ex and your ex’s family?