Our expert says:
OK, I'll try not to growl at the mention of "soul mate", which I consider to be a damaging theory. As you both seem to have other commited relationships, you seem to be talking about a deep, comfortable and sincere friendship. That's good, of course. I don't understand how, if you were both determined not to become lovers "no matter what", you then went ahead and had sex together. That he then began feeling jealous of your bf, and you of his g, was absolutely predicatable and inevitable after that. If you've already had sex together several times --- in what way exactly are you guys "taking things slowly " ?
I can't tell you which man to commit yourself to, but make a choice and stick to it ; currently you're cheating on your bf.
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