I know it sounds a little official but I feel that today is very important day. I wasn't looking for a Russian girl when I joined the service, but I was curious when I recieved a short email from Marina.I finally found the information about what do I need to get the visa and to make my dream come true and to come to you my love! I have known about total cost of preparing of all papers I need to come to USA. You will find an exact copy of one of her letters and photos of her at I fortunately got suspicious after the first request for money, especially after I had sent an email detailing my financial situation, and asking numerous questions that never got answered. I only came across this site after doing an internet search on the words to a "poem" she wrote for me. She told me how she loved my profile (it actually is very vague, with little info on me personally). Apparently Carl is a German fellow who met Katya by the internet, and they were moving together to Berlin.
These things include: If you start the transition knowing that it will be work, and that if you work together you can find success, then your relationship will have a good chance of succeeding.That is, the person you're chatting with is there when you want to talk, but when you want to be alone, you can simply go somewhere else.You don't have to deal with his bad habits or her continual whining. Even when you're talking about unhappy things, there's a bonding going on, the sharing of the burden. It's very, very common for people who chat over the internet to say that they know EVERYTHING about each other, and that they talk more to this person than to any real life person. But on the other hand, you're in essence pen pals, meaning that each person is "presenting" him or herself, either consciously or subconsicously. So whether they realize it or not, they present the parts of them to get them liked.It's wasn't that long ago that couples who met on line were a rarity.They used to be invited onto talk shows and radio shows, to explain how this amazing feat happened - that someone you met on the internet could become a real-life boyfriend or even a husband. Sure, somewhere in the world is a couple that looked at each other once, *happened* to be exactly perfect for each other, married and lived together with no fighting and perfect harmony.But if you are, it will have little to do with the on line part of your relationship.
All couples end up knowing about each other, and it rarely affects their ability to last together as a couple.
You might believe that what you have is "as real or more real than couples who live together." It's simply not.
There is an entirely different layer involved with daily having to interact with someone, sharing your personal space with them, dealing with the bad habits, dealing with the differences in sound enjoyment, physical touch enjoyment, mess enjoyment, etc.
New couples tend to focus on the 'great benefits' - mostly the sex and contact.
Sex and contact are great at first, but as any couple that's been together for more than a few months can attest, it's not everything.
After a few years, it's far less important than the ability of you two to LIVE together, day in, day out, through grumpy mornings and cranky evenings and burnt pasta and missed appointments.