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I certainly didn’t think it would ever get as serious as it did.
Since he was out of state when we first met online, we decided to meet up on his upcoming return to my city, which was also his hometown.
We decided to meet and go for a walk in the park because he lived close to the park.
Thanks for returning to read day four of the Valentine’s Day Blog-a-thon.
Today’s guest blogger is Paige Parker, one of the leading dating coaches for women on the Web.
I, of course, had been sensible and made sure I had left his name and phone number with one of my kids before I left.
The walk went very well—in fact, though we walked several miles, the time passed quickly.
Did you miss any of the previous post from the Valentine’s Day Blog-a-thon?
I never knew that at this time in my life I would be writing about how I survived a breakup.
There is a pesky little hormone that is released when two people have a physical relationship—sex, fondling, even kissing can trigger it—that is called oxytocin, the “bonding” hormone.
This is the same hormone that is released by our bodies when we give birth, and its purpose is to bond a mother to her newborn child.
Instead of trusting my intuition and standing firm on my boundaries of what I expected from a relationship, I tried to win him back.