Married&Iknowit

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  1. Hi Things have moved on a bit since that last post. A few more emails have been exchanged and she even told me there is a connection between us! There is also a chance of us getting together outside of my child's activity. It turns out she has also recently spit with a partner. Out of respect to her I don't want to say too much on here publicly but it's good to know my intuition wasn't wrong - she was definitely giving me signs. Her eyes say so much! She knew I was separated with my husband - in fact, when she found out is when she started up the flirting! I'm still not sure if she is Bi but it wouldn't surprise me one bit. It also proves sometimes us women do pick up on another woman's attraction and its not always in our heads. A professional stance has made it trickier though - but yes as you say she isn't a school teacher. That could be extremely difficult. If anything progresses I will let you know.
  2. It's definitely all in the eyes for women. That and the prolonged eye contact. 'That look' definitely exists.
  3. I'm in a similar situation. I've recently separated from my husband and we will divorce. Whilst married I had an emotional relationship with another woman but both being married it never went anywhere physically but confirmed my bi-sexuality. I have recently met another lady who seems to be giving me all the right signs (I would say she's making eyes at me and we have definitely clicked) but the thought of actually being able to come out and make a move on her (because I'm single) makes it all so much more scary and real. My family are also religious and conservative so this makes my situation so much harder. I know they would be devastated if they were to find out. I'm also pondering on whether to let some of my close friends know so I don't feel so burdened- but I'm really not sure how they would react. I suppose I should change my user name on here too! LOL
  4. I think since I've got older I've become much more interested in women but this might be because I haven't actually had a physical experience with one. I think it changes a lot for me too - so very hard to pin point.
  5. 39 but I think looking back it started happening in my early twenties. I think I just shut it out for a long time.
  6. Yep!
  7. Oh I can so relate to this. Been there - big time. I swear something happens to us women once we marry and have children. I can't really understand or comprehend it myself so would find it hard to explain to somebody else. I personally think this happens to lots more women than would care to admit too. Confusion central.
  8. I'm in a similar situation. She's not a gym instructor. It's with one of my eldest kids teachers. Not a school teacher but similar. I won't specify what she teaches! She looks at me a lot, she talks to me in a very straight forward manner (even a little flirty the first time we spoke - she made a big point of telling me she isn't married and doesn't intend to) and some of her emails are quite familiar. She knows I am recently single. The first time we spoke I felt an instant attraction. In fact, it felt like we both did (body language speaks volumes!) BUT as you say - is this person just being kind and friendly or are they actually attracted to me? It's so hard to gauge! Also hard to get to know somebody personally when they're teaching my child a skill! Very frustrating!
  9. I would say this is entirely possible.
  10. Is it true that one in four women have Bi tendencies? That's a lot!
  11. I don't honestly have any advice but you're not alone. I swear most married "straight" women have Bi feelings at some point in their lives. It's not surprising because women are the more beautiful sex! The emotional connection is often more intense for me with a woman than it is with a man too.
  12. You're never too old for a new start plus you're only 50! I have recently separated from my husband too and the old (and the new!) me is starting to come out. It's a great feeling. Keep positive