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I hope one day they will understand that I never meant to disappoint them and that no one will ever know the horror of what it's like to lose everything and be publicly shamed for it. Unfortunately I don't sell shoes and going out of business in this case carries a heavy and painful price.
In the meantime, Cruz and his fiancee's family, friends, and even strangers have stepped up, donating food for the wedding, and even a cake. The couple had booked and paid for the venue, photographer and pastor on their own, so the hope is to walk down the aisle as planned on Saturday. They are also fighting against the path of Hurricane Irma expected to hit Puerto Rico.
Nobody is going to stop that," Cruz said. But God is always on your side and things will always work out for the best if you believe. The couple plans to meet with detectives once they arrive in Puerto Rico. Telemundo in Puerto Rico also ran a similar story recently of a couple's wedding woes dealing with the same wedding planner. The thing that struck us was that it was just like we had always known each other. It was a really powerful, deep knowing.
It wasn't like bulbs going off or anything — it felt just like coming home. For our second date, we met in Philadelphia and spent the weekend looking at engagement rings. Our third date was in Dublin and then I went to see him in Denver. While I was there, we went to Telluride, in Colorado, in the mountains. We were in a ski gondola on a beautiful snowy, sunny day and he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.
Our wedding was a few months later. It was a very, very special day. That was three and a half years ago and our marriage is wonderful. The only thing that has been a struggle is that we've had to spend a lot of time apart and I've been to-ing and fro-ing between the US and here. On our first wedding anniversary, I told him I never believed that I could feel any happier or any more in love with him than I did on our wedding day, but I do.
It just continues to grow deeper and deeper. I spelled my wife's name wrong on our wedding invitation because I hadn't known her long enough to know how to spell it. She's called Marcela — I spelled it Marcella. She was managing a tapas bar in Camden, north London, which I liked going to a lot. Someone introduced us and said: I was 29 and she was four years younger. We went out on a date and stayed together for a week — the most astonishing week I've ever had.
But, stupidly, I got cold feet and said: A year later, it dawned on me what I had done. So I went chasing her. She was reluctant at first but we were married three weeks later. That was 15 years ago and now we've got two boys, aged 13 and Neither of us really thought it through — I think we both just knew. And when you know you don't need to ask any questions.
She is Spanish Argentinian and had only come to Britain for a few months to learn the language. It dawned on her when she got back from our honeymoon — "oh my God, I'm going to have to live in London now". We are mind-bogglingly different but that's what makes it so fulfilling. We're aware of each other's values; we listen to them and respect them. It's been an amazing, amazing process. Katie and Simon Maloy Katie: I got engaged to my husband on our first date. I was employed by a client of mine to look after the Cheeky Girls' brand of beauty products.
We were doing a promotional tour of the UK and our first stop was a store in Norwich. Simon had been employed as security for the Cheeky Girls and was there all day too. I didn't notice him until the afternoon because I had been so busy dealing with the media. Finally, when the event was over and customers were queuing up to get the Cheeky Girls' autographs, I was able to relax.
That was when I saw him. I looked across the store and was overcome with a feeling of, oh my God, that's him.
It must have been sixth sense because there was nothing about him that would immediately suggest that he was deserving of the adoration I had for him. He looked good and he is cute, but it was very weird. I arranged it so that for the next batch of store openings, Simon would do the security. We worked together for three days, very professionally and on the first night we stayed up talking until 5am discussing our lives, relationships and stuff.
Nothing romantic happened — we were both just very open and honest. On the Friday when the job came to an end he dropped me off so I could get the train and I found myself crying all the way home.
We kept in touch and as soon as he had a few days off we arranged to spend the weekend together.
To be honest, our LDR has been going great. We skyped everyday and all day on Sundays despite the time difference, which was the major battle in our LDRand we communicated lots. But since he was drunk and only kissed her, i decided to give him a second chance. Lately we have been arguing a lot about the future. When were we going to see each other again? What happens after we see each other? How long can we continue our LDR?
Until the end of collage? The next time we might be able to see each other would be next summer. But, 1 year apart? We love each other, but I cry myself to sleep almost every night and he suffers from great depression. Even though he is depressed and I am suffering from anxiety, everything goes away when we skype.
For the last week, we have been debating whether or not we should simply just break up — and that maybe it was for the best. This weekend 2 days agoI decided to forget about everything that was going on and go to my friends birthday party, at a pub. I got drunk for the very first time. When I woke up the next morning I was so nervous to tell my boyfriend.
This is because I promised him that my first time getting drunk would be with him; i would be safe in his arms. And then he hung up. My heart sank to the bottom of the ocean. I expected him to get mad but not this. I did not cheat on him, so I was in complete shock.
How could he react this way? He broke a promise, to stay faithful to me, but i still gave him a second chance. He sent me a text right after he hung up, telling me what a terrible person I was, complaining about how he thought I was different and independent, and loyal. This text made me even more confused.
I have not replied or called since. And I think he is expecting me to ask for forgiveness, and he would forgive. Normally this is what would happen in our relationship, since this has happened many times before. But perhaps its best this way. He was my best friend, and I would still want to talk to him everyday. Maybe he would take me back and things would go back to normal, but than what will happen? Im only 15 and I know I have a whole life ahead of me, and sorry if this sounds totally insane, but I can only imagine my future with him!
I am so comfused. I love him and I want to be with him but even IF he did take me back, what will the future hold? I have read all the other stories, and it really helps to relate with other people.
I am in so much pain. Gerald December 22, at However 32 months later, We finally proved them wrong. Me and my girl friend got back together with more love and passion. It will work if you work it. Madison March 6, at 3: Ive been down for Zach since we met and he said he feels the same. We tell each other we love each other atleast 20 times in a hour. We plan on moving in together in the future. And we got together. I knew from the start I loved her, I was just always worried about my personal problems, which made me think will cause me to loose her.
And I was trying to get more settled for us. I was a pretty bad fuck up in high school, so I was trying to get done with school, get a job, raise enough money and go see her. She even agreed to the idea and everything. But one problem was she always thought something was holding me back, but that was just school, money, and me. So finally i graduated high school, as a super senior, but early within the year than actually expected.
And now i was trying to get a job, but was having trouble. But we finally had a HUGE talk one night and she told me everything where I was wrong, and put me in my place to say, so then I decided we needed to compromise and so we gave each other many, many promises, and I finally stopped holding back and see each other and gave up my fears of it.
So now it is March, and sadly we got into a little fight which turned into something else. She ended telling me she wants to be with another guy, because he has his own place, job and started school again. Even before she planned on going to school here so we can live and be together but she decided to stay.
And at first i was a bit sad she started school, because we planned on. ILoveAngel March 13, at 8: Jacob March 24, at 1: I am super happy to say me and my lovely GF are together now and about to move into an apartment together this summer and our relationship has never been better! But there has been an overwhelming amount of forgiveness and realism. Despite all the bumps and extreme emotions that come with all of our mistakes, we kept a realistic out look on our relationship. She had to decide if she still loved me after I could make such an extremely dumb decision.
And it look about 6 months for her to really start to trust me again. Which is more than understandable if you ask me! I had to make a similar decision when we wanted to get back together after she left me for another guy. I would say communication is the most important thing in a relationship for many reasons. Every relationship is gonna take its own form of communication. It takes a reprogramming of your brain almost. They never mention the times where it takes his dumb ass 4 years to commit to even see you.
Marriage may seem like this wonderful rainbow that a unicorn farts out for once you become a certain age, but let me tell you as someone fresh out of a LDR and about to be engaged. Its scary as SHIT! I also take payments in food. Tell her you are willing to see her and really DO it. But if she really has moved on, I am so sorry, there is a girl out there close or far who is much worthy of your love and who will love you back as much you love her.
I am in a LDR for 4 yrs now and communication, trust, honesty and constant reminding the other of our love what keeps us both solid and together. There should be reciprocity of love between the two of you or else one will be depleted, with all his or her love spent already. You empty love and get filled with love by the other. Both should be willing to fight for the other.
Go and visit her if you must and talk to her in person or prove to her you meant it…your love for her. I hope this helps…Good luck. Halie April 15, at 5: My boyfriend 45 is from Florida. He is a truck driver. We talk quite more than before. He develop feelings for me. Been cheated and hurt in the past. I will see you soon. I called him asking what for. He wanted to know what happen between us.
He was talking to someone else at that point in October. He had feelings for someone else which that was me. It was his idea that I should fly out to Florida to see him to see where it was going to go. I booked my flight for Dec.
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I was excited and scared meeting him for the first time. He was amazing everything what he said was true. I fell in love with him. We made it official that we were dating right on his 4th birthday.
I was their to celebrate with him on his special day. Hardest part came on Jan 3, was the day I was leaving. We wrote each other a letter on how we felt towards eachother. As we got to the airline getting my bordering pass saying our goodbye and sweet kisses was the hardest thing. I went my ways to get ready to go home. He called me after I got through security telling me he was trying to hold his tears back walking back to car.
That really made me sad. As I was on my way home… it felt different. With up and downs. We always talk,videochat,text just try to make the most of it.
He got me a promise ring the symbol of his love to me that he wants to be with forever. I will be moving to Florida to be with him next yr in March to have our life and future together. We will be getting married and I will grant him a daughter he always wanted so do i.
Just to let everyone know who is in a LDR that it does work. My boyfriend and I dated all through high school and was even engaged the night of my Senior prom. We had an amazing relationship, but I went off to college and he went into the Marines. Everyone was saying we were too young for it to work, there were people telling him I was cheating on him and vice versa. None of that was true, but we ended up breaking up and moving on. We both married other people and had we each had three amazing children.
After both our marriages failed we ended up finding each other by accident through facebook. It has been two years since we found each other and we are more in love than we ever have been. The problem is…we live across the country from one another so we only get to see each other maybe once a month, if we are lucky. Our kids are all teenagers and theirs lives and other parents are where they are.
We cant figure our how to get together. My divorce decree states that my kids are to stay in this school district and so does his. Our youngest children have five more years of school left. Any advice out there? Eirini April 23, at 9: Well, here I am on my 4th year in college-need one more to graduate- having a LDR with a beautiful inside out French guy that originally started being both in the same place-that is Greece- for the first 2 months. I cannot say much, apart from the fact that I had plenty experiences and I always felt liberated from attachments.
Now in my 23 years and for the first time I truly feel in love and ready to be with that person for long time.
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And that is why…i feel that this is so unfair. One night I was just being cheerful and happy and another member of the group attacked me for it saying how I was a fake,considering he was the one asking me to join.
I was so upset I spend my night crying. But then suddenly I hear my phone,a text,it was A…. He texted to see if I was alright and that he could provide a shoulder for me to cry on.
It never crossed my mind that I could fall for him. I mean he lives a continent away,I was 17 he was We would stay up late talking about a future together,a beach house,him,me,our two daughters and a dog. He filled my days with happiness. Months went by we were more in love with each other.
Then one night I felt he was pushing me out.