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She likes me or she doesn’t.’ It’s as simple as that. Regarding taking things slow, I completely agree with Jason’s post, that you shouldn’t mistake the honeymoon phase (which you are clearly in) for love.I believe everyone is on their best behavior for at least 2 years, especially after a divorce, so my opinion would be DO NOT put a ring on her finger for at least 2 years.When you’ve been put in the friend zone, someone, for reasons that could include not being fully attracted to you, not wanting a relationship or just being straight up repulsed by you, doesn’t feel the same way you do.Therefore, they keep you close because they find some benefit in having you around, yet and still, they don’t want to take things further.If you and this woman decide to see each other every night for the next month, it’s just going to happen that way. It could turn out blissful, or it could crash and burn. Whatever happens, the lesson in all of this is that your heart is healthy and capable of loving again, and that is amazing, isn’t it? And oh yeah, they let you know that you’re “just the friend.” But when you’re put in the gray zone, you’re not the girlfriend/boyfriend, nor are you “just a friend.” You’re just there.
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