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01 May 14 #431989 by Marshy_
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OliveOyl wrote:

I''m interested in your quote that 90% find someone new in two years. Really? Where''d that come from?


I have met lots of people that have divorced and found love again. Some married some not. Lots of people on this site have found love and married. As Nell said to you. And the statistics deliver this finding also. But for you, you are not over this yet. Of course you will meet someone new. Thats pretty much a given. But not yet.

I apologize for what I am about to say in advance.

You are needy at the moment and the danger is, that you will accept someone that fits the bill rather than someone that is right for you. So... What I am suggesting is that you become happy living on your own and when the time is right and you meet someone that is right for you, it will be easy peasy. But right now as I said. This is not you right now.

You have nothing to fear. Living on ones own is easy. It just takes some motivation.

In time, you will come to terms what has happened and you will gain acceptance. That I think is what is next for you. C.

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