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ever since i met this girl, i have been crazy about her- everything she is and does i love! she got married last november and is now divorced. so only a 5 month marriage. saturday was her birthday, so i baked a cake and got her 2 dozen roses. this way i at least got my foot in the door and she know somewhat how i feel- i hope. should i wait to tell her exactly how i feel or just tell her when it feels right!?! i need help. any advice is needed!
manofpeaceParticipantMarch 17, 2014 at 11:13 pm #49401
I know a woman who was married 3 times. And says she was going to divorce a fourth time if she kept doing what she was doing. She said that she was so unsettled during the whole thing. She changed her outlook on life and learned a lot. Especially from spiritual realizations. And now she’s been married for years to the same man. I would take your relationship really slow if I were you. You seem like you really care about the chick and I could tell you want to make her life happier, and you don’t seem like you want to get in her pants necessarily. Divorced people could either date you right away because they feel like they were mistreated by their spouse and do things without thought, or they might not want to date because they feel betrayed. Take it slow and maybe give her some quiet time.March 17, 2014 at 11:37 pm #49403
i told her mom tonight how i felt- scary as that was! lol. and her mom actually appreciated it. i feel pretty good about it now
sharklasersParticipantApril 2, 2014 at 3:39 pm #50254
I agree with manofpeace. You should take it slow, give her some time to get past the divorce and then you’ll both have a better relationship.
paracuteParticipantApril 3, 2014 at 12:27 pm #50394
I’d say go for it, but back off a bit. Get to know her and move real slow
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