Dear John, I met my husband through an online dating site in October. I live in the Phillipines and he is a Filipino who grew up in Canada. He is divorced with no kids and I was never married before we met. After 3 months of chatting online, he came to visit me in the Philippines. When he came, he met my family and asked permission from my father for us to get married. My father agreed.
I married my husband after dating him for three weeks…and it’s working out.
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I Married A Guy Three Months After Meeting Him On A Dating Site. Here’s What I’ve Learned.
There is no right or wrong way to get married. He and his girlfriend were on a break at the time, and my boyfriend was living in another country. So I walked up to him and introduced myself. We talked for a couple minutes. I had just graduated from college.
My husband and I are a young couple. We got married a year ago. And we met on a dating site.