Are there grades of fallacy?
Sorry you weren't able to complete the question, but you should've put it in the additional information. That's what it's there for.
However, I'm willing to guess that before she became a widow, the writer had been in an abusive and/or adulterous marriage that she was forced to stay in to avoid burning in hel for all eternity. *Rolls eyes* She's saying she'd rather stay a widow than remarry and risk the feeling of deja vu. It's not a fallacy.
she's just putting down all divorcees personally, instead of making an argument.
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