Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Female
This is not really a question but a thank you for your adivce on an issue I wrote to you about. I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for four years. He finally told his son that he will not be resposible for him when he is 18 yrs. My boyfriend said to me we will be married within a year when his son turns 18yrs. If his son decides to continue in college he will have to support himself with expenses becausehis my boyfriend cannot. I asked him and what happens to me he said to me you will be living with me in my house. I was the one that finally asked for an answer about our situation. It was through this advice service that helped me. Sometimes we need another person's view of the situation. My boyfriend and I love each very much. He is legally divorced five years. He told me his marriage was over sixteen years ago. Yes that's when his son was born he was a mistake or someone deliberately missed their birth control. He's ex wife. Well the son's mother moved out after the divorce finally. My boyfriend says he will not have to see her anymore once their son is at legal age. Right now they have certain obligations as mother and father. My boyfriend has told his family about me and I have met his son. His son has a good idea its me his father comes to see. I believe true love has alot to do with it. Alot of people get married too soon and don't really love each other. I know alot of people just going through the motions but not in love. I waited many years for the right man. It was not just by chance we met there was something magically about our meeting. I truely feel its a blessing from up above when the right person comes along. Thank again for your help.
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