I met this woman on Everquest named

I met this woman on Everquest named Annie. I was 19 and she was 25. At first, she started out wanting a cybersex relationship. I am not into that kind of thing, so it turned more into a friendship. After about a month, we started to really like each other. In fact, I thought I was in love. I knew this w/o ever seeing her face. We talked on the phone a couple times and her voice made me want to see her more. But she was a promised woman. Her father had picked out her husband and it was only a matter of time before she would start courting him back in Ireland. After learning this, I grew sick of Everquest. I never talked to her again after that day. A while after, I wanted to tell her that I loved her and that even though it would be hard for us to be together, that she shouldn't go through with her forced wedding. I wanted to tell her that she deserved more out of life than to be married to a stranger whom she probably wouldn't of liked. Ever day I think about getting on Everquest again and writing her a letter telling her how I feel.

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  • I think you should tell her how you feel. Even if she does decide to go through with her prearranged marriage, at least you will have no regrets. Also, I just want to say that arranged marriage is horrible, and that is why I live in the USA

  • I have a similar situation except without the cybersex.

  • Never a great idea. Remember, text is impersonal. You can say what you want, be who you want online...but be entirely different at home.

  • Its not a person but a personality you fell in love with. Those types of relationships don't always evolve successfully. Typing at someone doesn't let you know the "warts and all".

  • f**

  • sincerely,

    an Everquest employee

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