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My question is: What is the Match.com refund policy?.

My 2nd question is: I know this may seem like a petty question but it is something I need an opinion about..

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My BF and I have been dating (online dating with Match.com) for almost 2 years. He has a 2 year old with his Ex. ( Which happened way before me). Hes 31 and shes 32. I am 29. I feel sometimes like I am the stepchild of the relationship (thru Match.com) because I feel like his mom thinks I came in the way of them getting back together and attempting a relationship (thru Match.com) for their childs sake.

He loves me and we expressed how we want to settle down and spend the rest of our lives together. I think I might have spoken about this way back when on thus board...but this is not really what I need an opinion on....

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What is your take on the whole facebook thing? My BFs baby mama is friends with all his family members. I am friends with some of them but not his mom. Would it be ok to friend request his mom? Shes on facebook. Or would it be starting problems with the baby mama. Its inevitable that we are gonna buy a house and start al ife together. So doesnt BM have to just face it? Am I really gonna be afraid to be involved in his family like this? I feel like I dont have to.

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This doesnt just apply to the whole online facebook thing but I feel like this about any sitaution. Help.....

Comments (3)

I would feel free to send a Facebook request to his mom. I don't think you have to be close friends with somebody for them to be in your Facebook network. Most people I know with Facebook have a much larger network than that. If she's his mom and you've met her a couple of times, then you should have enough of a relationship (thru Match.com) with her to add her.I also don't think you should let his ex stop you from forming relationships with his family. His family's relationships with her and their relationship (thru Match.com) with you are two separate things. There is no reason why it has to be a competition and why they can't be friendly with both of you.

It's fine if she wants to continue a relationship (thru Match.com) with his ex, but she will have to learn to accept you as well.You didn't mention how long you've been together. If you haven't been together that long, that may be part of the issue as well. It takes time for relationships with the family to form. Other people may also still be feeling uncertain about whether your relationship (thru Match.com) will last if things are still relatively new and might also be holding off on getting close for that reason as well. Just give it time and don't give up...

Comment #1

Thank you very much for the response! We will be together 2 years in January. We are also looking for a house and a place to live and settle down..

Im actually nervous about friend requesting his mom. Ive gotten a chance to speak with her on some occassions and it took her to get warmed up to me. But yes she does have that close relationship (thru Match.com) with her ex. Do you think it would be ok to request her as a friend? I dont want to pry into the family if it's still new. Would lamost 2 years still be considered new? Why hasn't she friend requested me? I kinda feel like if she wanted me to be part of the family or wanted me to be close with them then she would have. I feel like she doesnt want to because the Ex is friends with her along with the Exs sister and her cousin.

Should I just do it? U think though that it will bother me if I see comments and stuff by the ex on her page? Im also afraid of what I might see. Thanks for your input thus far. dating (online dating with Match.com) a parent is not easy...Although my BF gets shut out...I hope it's not because of me. Like his mom made plans with the Ex for getting together for halloween with the kids. My BF is not going.

I hope not.

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Comment #2

Facebook can be dangerous - easy to get a little paranoid, suspicious on one's partners friends, relatives, etc. It;s ok if you friend his mother but maybe easier right now not to.

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Comment #3


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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