I have told an Englishman how I feel

Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female

I am married. But I met a lovely man five months ago. We got along well, and have been corresponding regularly since then. At one point I got stressed and lost my temper for a bit, then he stopped writing. I wrote several emails after that saying basically, I am stressed - which he understood becuase I got a nice email from him once he got back from his traveling, buying house and finishing some of his own work. But he said, he was wierded out by my too many emails

Then I wrote to him telling him that I found hism endearing and attaractive and it would be nice to meet up and talk on the phone if we could. He wrote back he would rather not, and said nothign else.

What must I do? I deeply care for this man and would be willing to consider giving it a try, if he were willing even if I have to walk out on my marriage.


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You are investing too much hope in this man.

It appears that he doesn't want to meet you or talk with you. He probably thinks you are strange after the emails you sent. Here is something to try: start sending him emails that are not so demanding or weird. Just simple notes telling him how you are doing and asking him how he is doing. Ordinary topics. Don't tell him you find him appealing, he already knows that.

As far as your marriage, you ought to go to a certified marriage counselor and try to figure out what is going on with you and your husband. Finding someone to talk to through email is not the way to deal with your situation.

Good luck! George

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