Shortly after my divorce, I began seeing Alicia, who I quickly fell “in love” with. Seriously. The crazy thing about the relationship was that it lasted only 28 days, and all but the first two days of the relationship was spent on the phone.
Coincidentally, the friendship/relationship was considered long distance as she was located about two and half hours away. Because our schedules conflicted, we had never seemed to be available to see each other physically in the entire month of “seeing each other.”
Nevertheless, I was excited to hear her every word of every conversation that we had. Our conversations were amazing, especially since they were like none I had within my almost 10 year marriage. We talked about relationships, religion, politics, careers, and best of all, personal finance. I was, ironically, in heaven. There was never a problem when we disagreed because we respectfully disagreed, which is a strong, necessary criterion in the values that I desire in a relationship and will not compromise.
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