Posted 20 June 2010 - 03:52 AM
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Looking for a little advice
I am 59 years old and divorced for 3 years. I have been dating a man for approx 2 1/2 years,...on and off. He has been divorced for approx 8 years. We both own our own homes and are financially independent. He is warm, friendly, and just about the nicest man that I have ever met. We consider ourselves girlfriend/boyfriend and are in an exclusive, monogamous relationship and seem to be able to talk openly to each other pretty well. We have a great sex life. We enjoy each others company, although I need a lot more space than he does..meaning I need to maintain my own life with my own friends, which he is trying to be more understanding about but seems to take offense at. I have known all along that he is not one that I could ever live with or marry and I have told him so during our discussions. I love him as a dear friend yet he is hoping and wanting more. Although I have been open, honest and upfront with him. He keeps asking me what it is that he doesn't have that I know it would never work. I evasively tell him that it is something that is either there or it isn't..and it isn't for me, and if that is something that you can't handle than please let me know, because you shouldn't compromise on matters of the heart. He doesn't seem to accept that. To be perfectly honest, he doesn't challenge me mentally, he is somwhat 'dull-witted', he has some health issues that I don't think that I can deal with at this stage of my life, and he is sometimes what I consider crude..How can I tell him that without hurting him...no way! Am I wrong to continue this relationship knowing that he feels about me so much deeper than I do of him?