I knew this fella, and I could tell that he was trying to muscle in right away.
I found this distasteful, as she was clearly still in pain.
Though it didn’t numb the pain in my heart, it did make me feel loved and reminded that I wasn’t alone.
I began dating someone else on what I realised later, was a rebound.
How good our God is who never gives up on us and relentlessly pursues our hearts! She is currently pursuing a Ph D in cancer research.
Her story reminds me that we can never change mens hearts, only He can.
You also have to remember to be sympathetic with new men.
There is confusion, emotions are high, you have your up days and your down days—days of hope and days of despair. If not, you will certainly wind up crying on the first date and won't leave a good impression.
I'm kinda displeased by that, as it seems to me that he was taking advantage of her pain and loneliness. Naturally, diffferent women will require different amounts of time to heal, which is why I'm only looking for a general guideline.
There's a lady at work - if she divorced her husband, I'd make my move somewhere between 1.5 and 3 seconds. If she wasn't ready, she'd have given him the brushoff, right?
I also knew that I couldn’t share a life with someone who didn’t share what I hold most dear.
We fought and struggled over it for many months before finally breaking up in what must have been one of the most painful conversations of my life.