By the way, he told you, he is “still married” to his ex-wife (he already calls her his “ex”) but he is in the process of separating from her. Your “boyfriend” (Yes, you call him that, and he calls himself that! You believe him, you follow your heart, and you enjoy the hours, the days, the weeks and months of new-love bliss that follow.Some forums can only be seen by registered members.After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads.
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She hasnt told me yet what happened exactly but I sense the ex hubby gave her the "interrogation speech". She shouldn't have told you about the interrogation. The last thing she needs is trouble from both ends (meaning you and the ex). Give her a little bit to deal with her outstanding issues with the ex and adapting to a new relationship, especially if you're the first guy she's dated after her separation. I can bet she was overwhelmed with the flowers because she doesn't consider you serious; just someone to pass time while she plans her next move, and I can bet you're not in the plan. Please register to post and access all features of our very popular forum. Over ,000 in prizes has already been given out to active posters on our forum.
I really like this woman, but I think she is not ready to fully committ for a serious relationship yet, but I dont want to close the door either.
Technically, the suit is not “criminal,” nor is one brought based on “conversation” alone.
A spouse has a legal right to enjoy the service and companionship of a mate, and if you steal that away—so to speak—the spouse can sue you for damages.