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In part,I think,yes

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Submitted by LANA(USA) (United States), Sep 5, 2018 at 17:32

Hello Sheila
I think you are right,but the part of it is that at some point in our life we felt that void,and hoped the other person could fill with happiness.

Someone was coming out from unhappy previous relationship,hoping that the next one will be the best one...not always happens...
I think that the person has to be by herself for a while in order to figure out what and how her life should be,expectations and boundaries,not just dreams and hopes.
You have to have a plan for the future,even if it is written in pencil and then -set the boundaries that are not meant to be broken by anyone.
It is a mistake to think that the person we meet will be just like the one we keep in our head.Or that bad things will not happen to you,just because you are different,you are nice person and you expect the others to be nice to you because of that,so that when something happens,we try to defend that person,give a benefit of a doubt,when in fact we have all the rights to walk away.

I agree that it is more likely an infatuation if you never met someone in real ife,but online.In modern world-anyone can be anyone behind the computer screen in this virtual reality....which could be very distorted in real life.

Be careful ladies,do not fall and trade your heart for an illusion,someone wanted to believe in.
True love can only grow from true friendship,decency,respect,and then attraction,you really have to tell by the actions not the words.Wirds are only words,and do Are looks!At the end of the day you will not remember beautiful face,but you will remember someone who made you feel special or who helped you when you needed it.
Deed speak louder than words!

Loving someone just for the words or looks is like eating beautiful but poisonous fruit,that looks nice,tastes good,but at the end-is harmful to you.

Guard yourself,ladies,be wise!

LANA (USA)

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