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After all how on earth do you tell someone (new and that you’re developing feelings for)? In the time I’ve known him he has only ever been hardworking, caring, kind, loving, supportive and generous.Over the past seven months he has met many of my immediate family and some of my friends. I have lost a couple friends because of my decision to carry on seeing him. I’ve learnt so much about myself too during all of this, I don’t judge people so quickly anymore, and people need another chance. Then I found out via a mutual friend that he had been in prison! I confided in a few close friends, most of them warned me to steer clear, told me I’d made the right decision. Some things he’d said then made sense; He had no passport! But I couldn’t sleep for a week, I tossed and turned and felt so unsettled.You may now see our list and photos of women who are in your area and meet your preferences.
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Both in our 40’s, he wasn’t my usual type but there was something about him. I did some research, read things online, looked at the Unlock website and forums.All you have to do is provide a valid email, first name, age, location, gender, sexual orientation, and a few other details, and then you’re part of a community of 40 million .