OK, so here is my dilemma... I found out that my ex had left me, oh, about a year ago, and our divorce was final about three months ago. Now, during the nine month period prior to the divorce I dated no one. Now, since the divorce and getting back out there...so to speak, I have dated several women. With each of these women, I would bring them out on dates and things would seem to be going well. Within a minimum of a week of dating these women we would have sex. Now believe me before I go into the rest of this, it was awesome, it was something that I thought that I would want. It just seems that after each of these times that this would happen that things would just not work out, and I mean on my end. I would think of each of these encounters as meaningless and me just trying to get over what had happened to me, but thinking that this is what I needed. Everyone of them knew up front what had happened to me and were still willing to go through with it, knowing that I was still a little distraught of the whole situation. My question is, is when do I know that any of these are right? Am I doing the right things? Am I expecting too much from these women? Is it too soon? Just asking for some helpful advice...
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