Dating too soon

I miss the closeness and companionship of an intimate relationship and want to fall in love.What do you think, is it too soon to start dating again?I’m 36 years old, and ready to get married and have a family.I want to start dating again, but my sister says it’s too soon.

She grew up in Texas and quickly realized humidity is no one's best friend.

Somewhere along the way she fell in love with words, and wanted to write as often as she could, so she does that as often as she can.

She believes there's good in every day and the world was made for traveling, so she spends her time laughing as loudly as possible and looking for her next adventure.

I know yet guy who bolted because after a few dates, she asked him to grab a drink instead of waiting on him. The female counterpart was giving the male her undivided attention—which is what we do when we’re into someone.

I also know women who have stopped seeing a guy because he contacted her too soon after a date, or wanted her to meet his friends after a week or his mom happened to be in town after a month or two so she was invited to brunch.

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