For a better understanding, let me share with you our story: We were previous co-workers but when we both ended our previous relationships last year, we started a long distance dating (I was in Afghanistan and he was in Iraq). We are deeply attracted to each other and I feel we connected well too. He said he only wanted a light (read for him: open) relationship, which I didn’t agree.
I told him, I am looking for a serious relationship that could lead ot marriage and have made it clear to him from the start, which he made me believe is what healso wants.
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The other thing I want to say about the work that she does is that it’s based on the system of Vedic astrology…Carol’s counseled thousands of people, working with everyone from housewives to Super Models, TV stars to English Royalty – in the area of relationship as both a Vedic astrologer (the system of ancient India, used for thousands of years to arrange marriages) and relationship coach.She’s helped people in every possible circumstance – single and dateless, dating and anxious, together and confused, or married and miserable.So when he persisted and still met me when I moved to Dubai in Oct last year, I thought he already agreed on an exclusive relationship as he dropped his other girl that I know he was seeing when he was in Dubai (his FWB girl).With his work as a Business Development Manager, he came to Dubai from Iraq four times between Oct 2012 – February 2012.