Hi Jackie, You have had some good advice in the past and now I am at another point looking for some help.
About a month ago I broke off my relationship with my girlfriend because I realized it was too much too fast and when I started to pull away it wasn’t working out well.
So then what I am left with but the thought of trying to go onto the dating sites and find someone…. This may have also had something to do with the fact that her friends had already provided her with a complete dossier on my life courtesy of Google.My partner passed this phase of vetting with such flying colors that I didn’t even have to invite her to meet my daughter… I was ecstatic about the fact that my partner was not only ‘okay’ with the idea that I had a child with someone else, but was also eager to learn absolutely everything about my daughter.When seeking a committed partner, there tends to be a relatively universal flow chart for vetting potential mates. If ‘yes’ continue to the next question …” If enough of the correct responses are given, we eventually make it to the ‘baggage’ portion of the flow chart.This section of the chart includes finding out if the person still lives with their parents, the divorce question, and other topics that can potentially be uncomfortable to talk about.Honestly though, should I just leave them alone and try and find other ways of getting out and meeting people?