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Guys, would you date a girl who was estranged from her family?

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So long story short I basically have no contact with my family (for reasons I don't want to go too deeply into but it was to do with religion) and I'm working through uni with my wages, my student loans and money my grandmother left me. I was wondering though, because I've read articles on estranged women talking about how they get rejected for coming from a broken family, would any of you date a girl who was estranged?

    Personally that wouldn't turn me off from dating her in fact if she has no family to turn to I could be her everything and care for her and make her feel loved
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    I wouldn't care.
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    I mean I wouldn't wish estrangement from one's family on anyone but in one sense it would be a positive, simplifies things
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    Yes, depending on the circumstances of course. You don't choose your parents.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    So long story short I basically have no contact with my family (for reasons I don't want to go too deeply into but it was to do with religion) and I'm working through uni with my wages, my student loans and money my grandmother left me. I was wondering though, because I've read articles on estranged women talking about how they get rejected for coming from a broken family, would any of you date a girl who was estranged?
    Majorly depends on the reasons for why she was estranged, if it was her fault, no.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    I already do.

    Lol her grandfolks prefer her, as they're more worried and easygoing whereas her mum has had enough and her dad did a legger when she was a kid. Now he's in jail.

    She has an extensive criminal record
    Has struggled with drugs
    Is not an alcoholic but I don't think anyone has seen her go a day without drinking
    She also fights too much
    and she doesn't know the father of her child.

    But she's good in bed and I love her to bits
    And she's got you firmly on a leash *cracks whip*
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    Depends on the reason. Family is really important, so if they aren't there then that's a big deal.
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    I already do.

    Lol her grandfolks prefer her, as they're more worried and easygoing whereas her mum has had enough and her dad did a legger when she was a kid. Now he's in jail.

    She has an extensive criminal record
    Has struggled with drugs
    Is not an alcoholic but I don't think anyone has seen her go a day without drinking
    She also fights too much
    and she doesn't know the father of her child.

    But she's good in bed and I love her to bits
    Sounds like a great deal.
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    ...wait a minute, this thread is old as ****, I don't even remember posting in here. This was almost year ago O___o
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    (Original post by donutellme)
    Sounds like a great deal.
    :toofunny: don't worry this thread is old as fossil dust so yea that's history
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    (Original post by 0to100)
    :toofunny: don't worry this thread is old as fossil dust so yea that's history
    Haha sorry about that! Should have checked the date...
 
 
 
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