Here's a few more: If she tells you that she can't say I LOVE YOU, believe it and MOVE ON...she never will! If it didn't work out the first time, it WILL NEVER work out period! MOVE ON! If she says she doesn't know where the relationship is going, it isn't going ANYWHERE...MOVE ON! If she says YOU'RE AN ANGEL or a GOOD GUY...MOVE ON! If she talks about the guy from the church play and says he told her to join the yacht club...MOVE ON!View Thread
Thanks Vicki, I'm glad I got most of it correct. And you hit the nail right on the head as well!
Now if someone would only read and offer a comment on my piece in the DISCUSSION area I would really appreciate it. I am trying to gain some insight as to what really happened and why. It seems so very surreal!
Don't look for someone because you need to feel complete; that goes for both sexes. Make sure each of you is truly over your exes - at least 1 year apart for every 5 married. Know each other very well before even thinking about sex. Expect the unexpected. Guys, compliment your lady when you first see her each day. Don't over compliment, it's sounds phony after a while. Be spontaneous. Pay attention to everything! Communicate often and communicate well. Don't say 'I love you' if you don't mean it! Expect your heart to be broken, and if it's really meant to be then it will. View Thread
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