After a slow start, the discussion took off and now has 17,000 comments, or about four a day.I believe this to be a premier website for this topic. Daniel Pipes.org, about one in eighteen comments on the website are on this page.Others have found solace in kindred spirits (see the posting of Becs).Still others have drawn conclusions from their own experience and offered these for general use (see the posting of Standfree).Note to readers: This weblog entry on official advice to women not to marry Muslim men has, to my surprise and delight, become the springboard for an intense, heated, and personal dialogue between non-Muslim women romantically involved with Muslim men.Judging by a number of testimonies, the site has proved valuable to many women benefiting from advice and the sharing of information; for a couple of examples see the postings by Sally, Nourshehane, Jeweler46, and Cindy (starting here, continuing here, and ending here). We have chosen our car, hair, friends, home and hobbies because we enjoy them. Not calling you back even though we said, “I love you? You can save the questions about musings until you see a change in our behavior.
Even after the emotional turmoil of a divorce, life goes on, and so do taxes.And do you find that your men either don’t have the emotional skills to handle these situations with you, or they become more distant when you’re at your most intense?If so…then you likely are with a man who doesn’t have much of an emotional “center” to keep him calm and present with you even when emotions run hot. A mature man needs to be a source of support and masculine stability in your relationship.You have an amazing relationship with a guy who adores you. It was only a few days ago that you and the man were close, connected and intimate. The truth is…too many men make the mistake of running away from what could be perfectly good relationships with amazing women. He tells you he’s unhappy, and suddenly he has one foot out the door.