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I have a 9-year-old. When my marriage of 25 years was ending, I found comfort in confiding in a very dear fellow professional, five years my junior, with whom I shared office space. We had been working together for 15 years. I had been a witness to his professional success, assisting him in some t ventures from which we both benefited.
His strength and guidance helped me to get through one of the most difficult times of my life. After a few months, I fell for him, hook, line and sinker.
I found such comfort in his arms and felt so safe, it was like being in heaven. He warned me from the very beginning that he was noncommittal and a lousy boyfriend. I fell in love with him anyway.
We spent a lot of time together, but I knew he had other women. He says he loves me, showers me with gifts, provides me with free office space and refers a lot of work to me. Although I do own my own home and can make ends meet, he certainly does make my life a lot easier.
He says that it is my decision whether to continue our relationship. He says he loves me but does not feel a spark. I know that I have to forget him as a boyfriend, but I foolishly still enjoy the sex — and his company. How do I go back to the friendship and get over being in love with him? Part of me says that I should just continue dating him but also date others, while concentrating on work and family.
He has all of the power — over your professional life, your sexual life and your emotional life. I know that life as a single working mother is very hard, but it would be easier if you felt more in control.
Being in charge of your own life takes some willpower. But at the end of a long day, you can go home to your child knowing that your body, heart and soul are not for rent. And if you can read your own letter and still say that you love this guy, then all I can say is that you need to snap out of it. When I read your letter to a group of high school students, their immediate answer was that it is time to move on.
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