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  • dramaqueen
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    That reminds me of Ever After when Prince Henry asks the same thing to Leonardo da Vinci.

    The question has been asked since biblical times.......

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  • MegarooFifi
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    I'm convinced that there is definitely one right person out there for each person (whether it be female or male!). However, I've also considered that there might be more than one right person for each person... I mean, I've had some of my parent's friends who have been widowed and then remarry - so that would mean two right people for that one person, right? Sorry to throw a wrench into the original post...

    How did I know that my husband was the right one? I'm not sure... I just knew. I didn't know right away, but I did know after three months of dating (though we dated for another 4 years before getting married).

    What REALLY cemented it for me is when I told him that I didn't want a traditional wedding and that I wanted to get married in Vegas, he looked at me straight in the eye, smiled and said "Right on, baby!".

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  • Ortizmo2000
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    Originally posted by dramaqueen
    we love all sexes here!
    must.....not.....post.....perverted.....reply..... ...MUST....RESIST!!!!!

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  • dramaqueen
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    we love all sexes here!

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  • Pacha
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    Mr D, I'm so sorry to hear about your wife! While I can't make her better, I do hope you make the best of the time you have together and that her and your pain is minimal.

    Malibu, I take it you're looking for a relationship of some sort? If so, I'm willing to bet that if you stop thinking about it, it'll happen...and probably from out of the blue. That's how it worked for me anyway.

    Now, what were the words to that Pablo Cruise song?
    Keep your heart open
    'Cause love will find a way


    (BTW, like Gwyren said, if you don't want males in here, just say so and I'll stay out of this thread.)

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  • DustMeUpTink
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    You all are very lucky people! I've just been a big jerk magnet all my life!

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  • Mr D
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    I would say a better relationship is just a feeling in your heart that you can trust your partner. I have had girlfriends that were fine to live with but I felt like they were just a hitchhiker, that they were still looking for the right guy. I did not get married until I was 35 and for as long as my wife lives she is my best friend, especially that she has a fatal disease that is slowly robbing her, I married her for "better or worse" so I suppose I may be looking again someday soon and I really would have to say this...I will not just look , it just happens, the harder you try finding the perfect relationship the more eleusive it becomes. Thats my two cents

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  • LSPoorEeyorick
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    Aww, Nic, don't be depressed! Think happy. If not about this subject, about another one. Like... the light at the end of the [S]tunnel[/S] semester! And a cold mint julep on a hot day. And the job opening!

    (And, for the matchmakers, what kind of Special Disney Person should we be looking for?)

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  • dramaqueen
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    Well, Nic, I can try and help with the luck aspect of it- Click the link in my signature below to find the single riders lounge......

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  • Cuzco-topia
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    Originally posted by Gwyren
    Thank you. Please, call me Nic.

    I also try not to think about thinkgs like this too much - it has a tendency to depress me, which is the LAST hting I need right now.

    Gotcha..exnay on the atchmaker. Glad you're still disney disney nut like the rest of us, Nic!

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  • Gwyren
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    Originally posted by Cuzco-topia
    Awww, Gwyren, our matchmaker dramaqueen will gladly assist you find that special disney person (and you're always welcome to post your thoughts!)
    Thank you. Please, call me Nic.

    I also try not to think about thinkgs like this too much - it has a tendency to depress me, which is the LAST hting I need right now.

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  • Cuzco-topia
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    Originally posted by Gwyren
    Ladies, if you do not wish me to post here, please let me know. I will gladly leave the area...

    I myself have often wondered if there is a Princess (or Prince) out there for each specific individual. While this does not help, I think I have (for today, anyway) come to the conclusion that there "might" be. I can say that I have not found mine.

    Timing and luck seem to be a big part of it.

    Hmm...I think I shall stop now. All I have are my own musings and I am not sure they qualify me to say anything.

    Awww, Gwyren, our matchmaker dramaqueen will gladly assist you find that special disney person (and you're always welcome to post your thoughts!)

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  • Gwyren
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    Ladies, if you do not wish me to post here, please let me know. I will gladly leave the area...

    I myself have often wondered if there is a Princess (or Prince) out there for each specific individual. While this does not help, I think I have (for today, anyway) come to the conclusion that there "might" be. I can say that I have not found mine.

    Timing and luck seem to be a big part of it.

    Hmm...I think I shall stop now. All I have are my own musings and I am not sure they qualify me to say anything.

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  • LSPoorEeyorick
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    I don't actually believe there is a single "right" for every man or woman. I believe there's a variety of possible rights in the world. The trick is to meet a right at the right time for both of you.

    This is a doozy.

    I watch a number of my attractive, funny, smart, single friends and wonder why the rest of the world isn't falling over themselves to be in their company. Knowing how wonderful each of them is, and how they've struggled with romance, I've come to the conclusion that it's completely about timing.

    Case in point, my relationship: I'd not felt like I wanted to settle down--or settle-- so I'd been dating more for sport than anything else. I wasn't ready to share a soda, or a couch, or myself, with anyone who had the potential to hurt me like I'd been hurt before.

    And then, just as I got sick of running, I met the lovely boy I'm seeing now, who'd also been on dating hiatus. We'd each done some casual dating, but we didn't connect with anyone. We'd both sort of given up on meeting a "right." But quietly, we wished for it. We met at exactly the right time: we were both ready for each other. Any earlier, and neither of us would have been ready.

    We met on an online dating service. We we both a little nervous when we first met, but by the end of the date we knew there was a spark. Soonafter we'd realized were similar in so many ways--extensions of each other-- and compatible in the ways that we differed. Now I feel like I'm part of a team. I've never felt this healthy, or this happy, with anyone. I didn't really believe I could meet someone who was gentle and funny and calming and smart. Who could cook and who would like to read to me. Who would be happy at Disneyland because I was happy at Disneyland. Who knew if I was sad before I knew I was sad. I surely didn't believe anyone like that would realize my strengths and love my weaknesses. But he does.

    Yeah, he feels like a soulmate. Yeah, he feels like the "one." He's quite who I'd pick. There might be more men out there like him (I dunno, because he's pretty swell) but he was ready for me when I was ready for him, and we've chosen to be a part of each other's lives.

    My parents talk about love being a decision as much as feeling. You can fall in love, but that doesn't last. If you decide to love, it's a choice you make over and over. There are all kinds of people with whom we might be compatible. I wouldn't choose any of them over him, and that why I think he is my "right."

    Have patience. Have hope. It is possible. It's timing.

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  • Cuzco-topia
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    I met Mr. Right back in highschool, when I was 15, and a lowly sophomore in a brand new school. While on my way to theatre class, Mr. Senior here trips along side me, and I quickly dispensed the subtle wise jokes at him (see, Emelius, i told you i'm a sucker for a klutz) and it truly was kismet. And now, going on 10 years (yikes!), I still think I've hooked...er...found Mr. Right. Now where's my ring, dang it?! Love you E-Ticket!

    My advice...lots of love and laughs go a long way.

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  • dramaqueen
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    MM- I personally think there is, but I think it is very very hard to find him. You can make it work with someone who is not Mr. Right, but I think you just know when you find them.

    I met my husband when I was 18. He knew who I was before I ever met him- he says he saw me from across the room and knew he was going to marry me. We formally met a year later and knew we were going to get married about three weeks after that (I knew he liked me when I told him I was moving to socal to be a CM and he was dissapointed when everyone else was really excited about it). We dated long distance for a while and built up a great friendship. He wanted to propose to me at the park, but couldn't wait so he proposed the day after christmas 2001 ( he got my parents permission christmas day, we had been dating 9 months) and we went to disneyland to celebrate. We eloped in 2003 and again, went to the park the next day to celebrate.

    He really is my best friend and I just "knew" that he was my Mr. Right- I can't explain it. I knew there was no one else for me out there. I also know how lucky I am because I know how lucky I am to have found him.

    My advice I guess is not to give up, or settle for anything less if that is what you want. And keep your eyes open to different possibilities, my husband is not the kind of person I thought I would end up with- give everyone a chance

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  • Malibu Minion
    started a topic Mr. Right...

    Mr. Right...

    Mr.Right...or Mrs.Right

    These questions cross my mind every day-


    Is there really a Mr/Mrs Right out there for every person in the world?

    Have you already found her/him? And how do you know if she/he is the right one?




    --MM--

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