when you wrote that you actually improved her flat, that security door, I also though what for. Now read Annika's comment, plus add what you've hunched lately - it all could add up, not so? You speak to her regularly, and a direct question surely will produce a direct answer? I would not wait until the 19th I tell you...
Wish you well, and good luck.
Well said. FSU women definably go that extra mile with their men. This is why I do not even bother thinking of women here now. Not interested in the slightest. Quite happy to go without for 6 months and wait for someone that wants and does give her all.
They are amazing aren't they !!!
Yes they are possessive when they found the man too. This is good and keeps the fires burning on both sides.
Better go - or I might faint again, lack of blood to the brain you know !!!
Hey Jet so sorry to hear of the trouble. My Moldavian started the same kind of thing around Christmas. She needed money to provide a meal for her family....etc. Everyone sick but no money for doctors....you know. She would not ask me for it but became very quiet and cool if I did not offer. I never sent a dime and of course soon it was over....the truth be known the letter King is down to only one and maybe the only real one I've found. She is coming this summer on a work visa to New York. We are hopefull as she is from Russia and just finished her masters. She is the only one that has never lead me on or ask for any kind of assistance. But it would seem she is doing well as she has a car and many other things that most on fiance.com do not. Anyway good luck and I hope things work out for the best no matter which way that is...lol You guys be good I don't make in much anymore. I think after all this time I actually found a real person not on the payroll.
To be fair its been a year and a half that my lady and i have known each other and she only recently started taking advantage. as far as the sexuality thing is concerned it hasn't been a problem - believe me. Those of you who have seen pictures of my lady and I have comment that the age difference did not seem as great as the numbers indicate.
Simply put, she is an only child. Her mother was widowed when my lady was eight years old. It is quite difficult to survive without any close relatives and with no male in th eFSu and they have always lived together and depended on each other. If my lady and I get married, her mother will be a practially abandoned. It is the way it is.
We have had discussions where I have told her that I WILL be expecting my bride (of course) to live with me in the US. She has even gone so far (as have I) as trying to figure out a way for me to make an American salary in Ukraine or Moldova.
I beleive that she is simple torn between her mother and I. and since the writing is on the wall that things may be over for us soon - she has only recently begun making demans. But these demands will assure that we end sooner rather than later.
I have made aquaintance with several other ladies with even bigger age differences and am certain that if I can avoid a problem like the Mommy issue here, a relationship can work out.
Have to be honest about another thing however. Losing my son has taken a certain amount of drive and determination out of me. I'm not really gung ho to be with anybody right now.
Mourning the loss of your son is a process.
Nothing short of E.T. making a special trip to earth to visit you should distract you from trying to get a choke-hold on the pain you must be going through.
If you can and want to take a break for the 'action', let me know...I need a vacation. let's go fishing, camping and goofing around in calif.
The idea/offer is tempting and appreciated toad - but I have another little thing to kep me occupied. I'm still in a sling after having had shoulder surgery. I kind of lost a couple of weeks with certain other aforementioned distraction. When last examined by the doctor he determined my shoulder to be "frozen". I spent a night in the hospital where they nerve-blocked it and forced it through its range. I have an electric "passive motion" chair now in my living room. I am required to sit in that thing for hours (3-6) at a time while it constantly moves my arm and shoulder. Its taking MONTHS longer to heal than expected and the doctor says only 1% of his patients end up like this.
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Please don't take my attempt at humor in the wrong way, but as bad as things may have been for you in the past few months, you have a lot of people that care about you. That can be incredibly hard to deal with (and I have never been in your shoes), but it is our friends and families that help us through those times. So, add up the plusses and minuses, and you'll see it could always be worse.
Hi Jet, hang in there buddy, each time we hit bottom, there is always a bounce, I have a feeling things will improve although the pain caused by the loss of your son will never be cured entirely.
On the issue of your girlfriend, allow me to say I can understand her standpoint to some extent. My wife's also the only kid in her family and her mother did not want to let her go for many months while we were still dating. They communicate on then phone very often, email every day, and as soon as my wife gets a Greek green card (in about two months) we're inviting them to come here as tourists and later on permanently.
Even a better example is the Russian wife of a friend of mine here in Greece. This woman, Lena, has no father (lives but abandoned his family) and is very coonected with her mother. Lena, came to Greece at the age of 22, got a work permit and worked for six years. Then she got married with my friend through a marriage agency (not an online one, here there are many agencies that have women catalogues on paper). My friend promised her that her mother is getting an invitation to come here and live permanently with them (which works wonders since she would take care of the baby they have so that Lena can begin working again -- the Greek mother does not want to take care of the baby on an every day basis). In fact, they're married for one and a half years and the mother has already come here twice on a toursit visa (very easy for Russians to get tourist visa to Greece if they have a relative who has a green card from marriage with Greek citizen). She calls her mother every day (costs less than 5 euro cents on a phone card) and exchange packages every week. So, what I'm trying to say is that this emotional connection is not unusual for Russians.
On the other hand, if your emotional connection with your lady has broken and you plan on leaving her, then disregard the above, but have in mind in the future that the connection between mother and daughter is very strong in the Russian culture (which I'm sure you also feel through the unfortunate loss of your son).
My best wishes for the most possible emotional and physical recovery.