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Dating a woman who is going through a divorce

After you create your account, you'll be able to customize options and access all our 15,000 new posts/day with fewer ads. First I'm almost 30 and I'd say I probably have only been in love with one other girl besides this girl.I've always protected myself and didn't allow myself to get attached AT ALL. At the time we were both in college, different schools, and only concentrated in our studies. We actually completely quit talking and didn't keep incontact until this past December.

I have tried to give her space but I have failed many times. I do want to talk to her and clear the air between us but I don't want to push her or make her hate me. Send her one last email and say you are going to do as she asks and not contact her for 6 months. If you really love this girl then you will give her space and time to heal.We were very close and completely honest with each other while we were together.For me it is really hard to open up and feel comfortable with anyone and I did with her.I've been told by friends to completely forget about her and I have tried that but I can't. There's nothing in the world you can do about that.Nothing will speed up the process, and having you around is likely to make it worse, not better.My question is, is there anyone on here that has been through the same situation or been through a divorce? If she loves you then she will miss you in time and contact you when she is ready to put the past behind her and move on.

I haven't and to be honest I have no clue how to handle this. Unfortunately, right now she isn't ready to be in a relationship with anyone.

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I also know she left him 3-4 times in the 2.5 years they were married.

We started talking this past December and didn't hang out at all until probably the end of January.

I wrote her just to see how she was doing and to say hi.