@realfriend28 Stop torturing yourself trying to figure out why she left. I know it is hard to accept it at this moment but the truth is that sometimes love just fades away. Your friends are just trying to cheer you up. Don’t jump on the dating wagon just yet. Take a moment to mourn the relationship. Cherish the good times but acknowledge that it is over. Take some time to date yourself. Engage in activities that you enjoy and before you know it, she will be a distant memory.
Paris is still the Most Romantic City. A cruise on the Seine, kissing on the Eiffel Tower, a show at the Moulin Rouge, dinner at the Tour d'Argent...despite the tired clichés, Paris still has all the right ingredients for an unforgettable romance that fits any couple's.
@confusewoman32I didn't realize there was still such a stigma about meeting/dating online. Shame? Embarrassment? Maybe back at the beginning, when internet and online were still new. People often fear what they don't understand, and online was an unknown for a LOT of people. Currently though, I can't think of anyone who'd even bat an eye learning that someone they knew was in some sort of "online relationship." I had thought that those "mocked and misunderstood days" were far behind. There are quite a number of people I knew online, that I met in person offline, and they were awesome people, online as well as off.
@askingguy77 That is very strange for her to ask you for money and about her visa. Is she talking about a fiancé visa like on 90 day fiance? You should probably have a conversation with her before jumping to any conclusions. You both should be open about what you are looking for in a relationship before it gets anymore serious. I hope I helped and I wish you good luck! 😊