Behavior for dating

23-Aug-2017 15:54

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Her husband invited his family and friends to the funeral. I left the room when they said goodbye to their daughter; I wanted to give them their space.

In a few months my stepdaughter’s husband wants to bring her cremains to our land to be buried under a small tree. I am an introvert, so I am also freaking out about all of my husband’s family also coming here.

Does it make you uncomfortable to know that God sees you? Would you want your future husband or wife to be doing this right now? Would you want your parents or your date’s parents to know what you were doing? I interpreted her statement that she would love to meet after a specific date an indication that she was still interested, but did I misread the signals?This is my first experience with this, so I do not know how to interpret the behavior.Please try to see your husband’s ex not as his former spouse, but as a grieving parent.

This is a one-time occurrence, happening on one day, and then it will be over.

Now, I know that there are a lot of ideas floating around the net that involve sketchy behavior from one partner in an effort to keep the other.

I love when I can find solid dating advice from a sixteenth-century scholar. It reminds me that despite the modern world we live in, people haven't really changed much on a fundamental level. We can still gossip too much, brag too much or be way too self-involved. These extremely wise tips come from Erasmus, and were.… continue reading »

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