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|Maybe the separated want to date other separated. |
Here is my advice to the OP and others that think the same way. If you don't want to date separated people...... DON"T! I just wouldn't rule out possible great mates on the chance that dating them could become complicated.
Posted: 7/18/2012 12:14:16 PM
|How do you define "newly separated"? Who has the right to judge another for their actions or motive?|
Personally, open, honest, transparent, and following "The Golden Rule" is the way I prefer to live my life, and that excludes judging another person.
Posted: 3/7/2013 8:26:32 PM
|elle-bee-jay on 1/23/2009 2:05:03 AM|
Subject: newly seperated..............
Message: Hey - we all have baggage - it is our experiences in life that make us who we are. The trick is, to keep most of the baggage neatly packed away where it can't interfere with the rest of your life.
As for whether or not "newly separated" is too soon? Well, some of us (me, for example) stayed in the relationship for years while it was already basically dead, so when we finally did separate, I was totally READY to jump on the datin' train!!
Yup i agree with this comment ^
Posted: 6/1/2013 9:55:55 AM
|I do not see anything wrong with using the site to meet new people away from his/ her friends, or open new doors, or just chat because they (the newly separated) does not feel like going out. Also possible they feel they have a better chance of getting to know someone online than they do in a bar. Maybe they feel more open and comfortable behind the computer than they do in person. I for one have always felt more open behind the computer when talking to new people than I do person took person. If meeting them later comes up I feel more confident and can break the ice easier. Maybe the newly separated is just looking for someone to socialize with while dealing with their issues.|