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julia.grey
Date someone because you already see a future, not because you want to see if you would work out
With over 15 years of experience and a passion and dedication to matchmaking, I have established myself as the go-to authority for helping singles find their true love. In my career, I have helped over 1 000 clients and continue to help couples build stronger and sustainable relationships. The thing is, when you know what you're doing, love isn't hard! I think it's crazy that we grow up never being taught how to date or find love. It's one of the most important things in life and most people are just left to work it out without any support. Big, amazing, head over heels love is available to everyone but so many people don't believe it! That's why I decided to go and train as a coach. I want to help people find the love they deserve. I want them to wake up every day with a person that adores them!
Rise of the No-warning Divorce
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Sadly but true, many couples are facing divorce and what's worst than a no warning one. As much as we want to hold on to the relationship if one is not happy anymore, what can we do but to let them go.
How can we avoid this from happening? And what could be the possible reason for such cases of no-warning divorce?
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For every person who “never saw it coming” there is the other person in that relationship saying “I tried to talk to them about it but they never listened”.
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For every person who “never saw it coming” there is the other person in that relationship saying “I tried to talk to them about it but they never listened”.
Time and time again, then I was gone, no fuss, no discussion, just gone. smiling face
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I even said numerous times"I'm falling out of love with you" 3 yrs later I left and he was stunned and shocked and crying. I was only dumbfounded that he hadn't heard any of it over 3 yrs, but my feelings were dead. His tears just disgusted me at that point. I was so happy to be on my own.
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For every person who “never saw it coming” there is the other person in that relationship saying “I tried to talk to them about it but they never listened”.
Disagree sorry. I had no warning. We had even renewed marriage vows 2 years earlier to celebrate 25 years marriage.
Disagree sorry. I had no warning. We had even renewed marriage vows 2 years earlier to celebrate 25 years marriage.
That’s the point, you think you had no warning, but maybe that’s not what she thought. You can’t know, because you’re not her. A lot can happen in 2 years.
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For every person who “never saw it coming” there is the other person in that relationship saying “I tried to talk to them about it but they never listened”.
I disagree with your statement completely. As someone who knows couples that say they tried to talk about it with their partner but actually really didn't. They tip toed around the issue or said some similar stuff but not really what they meant.
Been there, done that.
Just remember it happens to men as well as ladies.
Ghosting is the height of rudeness!
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