It is sad but almost every person experienced the pain of unrequited love or of a breakup when relationships seemed so strong and trusting yesterday. In such situations, it remains to hope only for the best healer — time. So, you met a beautiful girl with charming eyes and good body, and she agreed to your offer to meet and walk somewhere, and everything was fine. But the more you communicate with her, the more you become convinced that her heart is still occupied by someone else, namely, by her ex-boyfriend. There are signs of her ex in all her actions.
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Kudos to the men out there who have the nerve to date a damaged woman, picking up the pieces of the broken heart, that you had nothing to do with, and gently putting it back together. In case you never hear it from your loved one, I will say it: thank you. Without you, we would have never dared to dream or love again. Yes, I am a damaged woman. What are we like? Do we know that this is not fair? You see, when we last loved, we gambled everything.
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Trust is one of the foundations for all healthy relationships. It's especially important that trust be established at the start of a new relationship. Trust, or the lack thereof, will most likely make or break the relationship. Let's be honest: We all come with baggage some more than others , and trust may be an issue for some, if not many.
The thing about heartbreak is that it torpedoes into your life and you have no idea when it's going to leave. It's almost like a bad cold: You're still capable of doing things, but chances are you aren't out meeting hot singles in your area on a Friday night. Unless she says no. If she says no, respect that.