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should I keep the man I love?

By Anonymous December 31, 2012 - 7:51am
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I am a strong and independent woman. I have had family abandonment issues but I would say I am wise for my age. I am 34 &this is the 2nd time that I have fell in love, my 1st relationship ended amicably and we are still close friends, I dont believe in having enemies. Anyhow I met this man, he is the strongest man I have ever met emotionally and physically. somehow he got.to m he is smart and a gentleman. I tried not to fall for him becz he wasnt my type. We broke up after 3 months of dating becz I thought he was too much, hot head. Although I broke up with him becz he.ddnt keep his composure I subconsciously admired him for it. Long story short weve been back together, during our breakup he tried to fill the void and messed around with other girls. We both agree that what we have is special, he learned to make love with me for the first time and not sex, he tellz me that all the time. I know its special and I know he loves me but I cant get over how he was able to be involved with many other girls. I feel I dont trust him. He made a bad decision recently and has not been able to find a place to live, yes he has a grrat job

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Hi Anon,

Welcome to EmpowHER.  Sorry to hear this.  But, if you broke up with him and both went your separate ways.  Either one of you, were free to date other people.  If you want to save your relationship now, because he is a good guy. You might have to work on putting the past behind. 

Best of luck,


January 2, 2013 - 4:56am
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