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At first, I was very upset because I assumed after my divorce we would pick back up where we left off.Then I thought about it and I think it is for the best.He told me he would be upfront and honest if he went out with someone else.He had a date today to go kayacking with another woman and told me before the date that he was going.In the meantime, we have contacted each other and we continue to tell each other how much we love one another.Last week, he emailed me explaining a big job offer that would relocate him for an unknown amount of time.
I do not want to lose him and from what he says, he does not want to lose me.We have been dating for 3 weeks and have been together 3-4 times a week since meeting for dinner the first time.He told me on day 2 that I was his first date since the divorce and feels he needs to “test the dating waters”.The fast pace, the over-zealous and effusive compliments. There’s no set or “right” amount of time to grieve a lost relationship. But there’s just no need to go in to detail or alert you to every date he has. There is no moment of introspection of self-awareness. I think many of us sabotage ourselves and don’t know why.We ignore a phone call, wait too long to reply to an email, we say something inappropriate, have sex too soon, etc. It’s about proving to people that just because one relationship failed doesn’t mean they’re a failure or that there’s something wrong with them.