Posted by: Liz 3 | 2009-07-07

Reply to Cybershrink

Hi C

Sorry I thought you were referring to my new potential boyfriend. I was singing his praises. We decided to not start anything now until we are both over our break-ups. He is 55.

My ex is 45 and yes he is a good friend / brother. I see no future in this relationship in terms of where I will be in say 10 years. He will be right where he wants to be (with me) on (his terms). But, he is not a monster of a guy, I just want more than he wants to give me. He admits it. He has always been against marriage and calls relationships " this love business" . It is me who changed and he does not like that. But he is a good friend, but did warn me that once I get married that is it...I said fine, but it is your loss. My marriage is not even imminent, heck I haven' t even met anyone that I am having anything with.

Sorry for the misunderstanding.
Yes ex is a good friend.
New man - I think he may just be the one.

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Wise to postpone intensity until healing from earlier relationships has been achieved.
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