Dating the timing is not right

It just feels right and the adjustments are not obstacles but reciprocated compromises.

There are definitely obstacles in our younger years such as career focus or University.

Meeting someone at that stage in your life is not always meant to be forever.

That lost love that got away because the timing wasn’t right.

When love is wonderful, it doesn’t have to be difficult.

That lost love that got away because the timing wasn’t right. This scenario has probably happened to most people at one point in their lives.


Because what I believe about finding the love of your life is this: I am convinced that, especially for men, the most important thing about making a commitment to someone is not how great the sex is (though that's really important), or how well-suited to each other he and a woman may be (though that matters too) or how madly in love he is (though love means a lot).It's my theory that one morning, a man rolls over, and whoever is lying next to him in bed, that's who he chooses to marry.It's not so much that he's found the right woman, it's that she's there at the right moment. There have been millions of great romances that never resulted in marriage. Maybe due to youth, or geography or religious differences. Maybe he cheated on you and that was the end of that, or vice-versa. But back then, maybe your heart was broken -- or maybe his was.That's not to say men don't give this decision a lot of thought, and it doesn't mean that just anyone could come along and fill the spot. I was in love a few times before I met my husband and I was even married once before. The point is, those relationships didn't end in marriage -- they just ended. And maybe a year or two or five later, when someone asked you about a person who was a big part of your life (a heartbreaker), you answered like this: When I met Peter (who has doubts about my theory), I was 25, just four months out of my brief first marriage, and I didn't want to get involved in a serious relationship. Four months after we met, he bought a condo and moved out of the house on the beach that he had rented with friends for years.

It means that when men decide they are done with being single and they're ready to commit, they get married. I think most women (not all) go into relationships optimistic that they will amount to... He gave up watching girls in thong bikinis roller-blading by every weekend for pride of home-ownership.

If ever there was someone ready to commit, it was him.


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