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My mother is marrying a guy she has only known for two months.
I like him, but this is moving a little fast for me.
While your mom might be sure this guy is “the one,” it might take you a little longer to get used to seeing a virtual stranger pour o.j. in the morning. Let Mom know you’re happy she’s happy and that you like her fiancée.
But tell her things are moving too swiftly for you. Maybe if the three of you were to spend some time together, it would be easier to get used to the idea of your Mom walking down the aisle again.
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POSTED ON 3/11/2010 7:00:00 AM
POSTED IN dealing with divorce, problems with my parents, remarried
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