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I really do want to meet someone and the circumstances in my life are such that I can do that now. But I'm not sure where to start and how to handle the dreaded questions: "How many relationships have you been in before? HE SAID: One of the most common (non-physical) exercises we, as humans, seem to participate in is the “what if” game.

I know that you don’t want to bring up the “question” or bring up commitment.

But is there a way to find these important facts BEFORE you get involved with someone? Dear Susan, There’s a fine line that you have to walk in any romantic relationship. You want to be vulnerable, yet you’re trying to play it cool.

You want to show that you’re interested, but never want to act like you’re needy.

You know that true love means being real, but that being real can sometimes scare people away.

He Said-She Said is a monthly advice column featuring a question from a reader with responses from a male and female point of view.

If you've got a question about anything related to singleness or living the single life, please submit it to He Said-She Said (selected questions will be posted anonymously).: I'm a single Christian woman in my early 40s who has never been in a serious relationship.

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We can experience an entire relationship in our mind prior to our first meeting.

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