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James Roland is the editor of a monthly health publication that has approximately 75,000 subscribers in the United States and Canada.

Previously, he worked as a newspaper reporter and editor, covering issues ranging from the environment and government to family matters and education.

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate. I told her i am thinking long term here and I would be there to support her. Any insight on what she is going thru and if I am still in the game? It sounds like the lady is going through the wringer with the ex. Date other woman, put your holy pole back into the muddy pond and find someone else to focus on. and the simple truth is that people will completely flake on you when they come under a major stress.... Since she moved shortly after she and her husband seperated, it took her a while to obtain health insurance through an employer with whom she felt she had a secure job.

She has a son and has been seperated fo 10yrs while dedicating herself to raising him. If you step in and pressure her, even just to offer assistance she may crack. Talk about being pulled in two different directions. Sport, she just told you she's not ready for a relationship,she's going through a nasty divorce, these things can take a toll on someone. you had 3 months of nice company and now its over, deal with the end of the relationship and move on, I cant believe this isn't the first rodeo you were in that ended?

I developed a very close and strictly platonic relationship with a Mom from one of my children’s athletic teams.

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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... Then about 2 weeks ago, she flakes on 2 agreed dates. Then I get the call and she explains she is not as emotionally ready for a relationship as she thought. i would think after 10 years of separation she'd have her act a little bit more together, but then again i know nothing about the circumstances of the current emotional and financial "battle" she's got going on. Her only attachment to her ex was financial, in the sense that she had her health insurance through his place of employment.

Since then, nada.responce to a couple of phone calls. She created a very clear boundary for you when she called you and told you that she isn't available for you emotionally or the relationship you and her have. and after only 3 months, you are NOT in "long-term" territory with this woman or even anywhere close. When she did obtain health insurance, she got the paperwork for the divorce moving. When and if she is ready to be with you again, she will. She will need time to get over this and once she is really "free" ( legally ) she may just want to meet more people and see what she has been missing.

I sent here a brief mail hoping she stays strong on the day of the next court date for the div. I don't think that she is leaving any room for you long or short term. despite your interest and all the pleasant feelings to date, you are an outsider in this woman's life and you just got sidelined. I was only willing to get into a relationship with her because I understood why she wasn't divorced and was fairly confident that she had no emotional attachment to her ex. I know when I was going through my divorce, dating anyone was the last thing on my mind.

Miss A, I am writing to you so that I can get some advice.

I thought maybe if I got a savvy woman’s perspective, it would be beneficial.