ok so my girl broke up with me 3 weeks ago and I was trying to talk to her till 3 days ago when I wrote her a long ass text of how I felt about her and she texts me like 4 hrs later with "aww :)" it felt really messed up so I decides it's time to cut off contact...the thing is (I already turned down one girl that was pretty hot) I met this girl. She just moved down from ny were she was doing modeling (yes she is very hot) and I thought it was a little odd that she's trying to get at me when there were other guys there too but she said She likes my sense of humor and there is something about me...she's everything that the old me would have wanted! (Before I met the heartbreak girl) she even has red hair not like a ginger but like maryjane from spider man who happens to be my favorite hero of all time(f batman) and then I told her I had a daughter and she says "OMG! Really? I love kids<3 hope I can meet her soon!" So you must be thinking what's the problem? You lucked out but the thing is that my ex always said she wanted to be a model:/ so when I talk to this girl I can't stop thinking about my ex! I know it's dumb since my ex dumped me for another guy and she hasn't even text me since the aww :) text...should I keep talking to this new girl or should I tell her I'm not ready yet? also where I live there isn't a lot of hot hot girls so I know if I reject her someone else will swoop her up. She's really nice though and I don't feel it would be fair to her! so what would you guys do?
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Dude, the whole point of dating is that you can try on different relationships without having to commit to one. So model-wanna-be ditched you and NY-model is interested? I say spend some time with her. In my experience, the model types have a short attention span, so don't let her spend much time around your daughter, but otherwise enjoy it.
Take it slow, don't get physical for a while (sucks I know, but you'll learn fast if it is real) and see how well you fit. If after a few weeks she's still interested then you may have something.
Figure out what it is that you want, do you want to date for a few more years or do you want to settle down? If dating is what you want then enjoy her company but don't start talking about rings until you've been together for a few years.0