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Original Visitor's Question from a 41-50 year old Female
where do i start.i have anumber of falled relationships with men.im a 35 yr old woman i was recently in a relationship for 18 months wich had its problems.we went for councelling wich in the short term did help but over a period of seeing my councellor i started to develope very strong feelings for him.i split with my partner and then went back in to councelling alone.to cut a long sory short i am in love with my councellor and the other week he admitted he had the same feelings for me.may i add he is married and says although he isnt happy he could never leave his wife as he cant hurt her.im so confused i want more than anything to be with this man but is this typical married man not happy?i know this is wrong but im bloody cracking up here after years of crap i finally beleive with all my heart i have found my soul mate.probably niave of me eh.if u truly love someone what the hell do you do




User Submitted Advice from a 31-40 year old Female

hi my name is l*** and i to am 35, kind of know what you going through,im divorced with two children who swore to stay single,i have fallen in love with my sons chiropratitioner who has a girlfriend,and you have to be carefull here with the proffessional issues, however if you have stong feelings for the guy, i dont think you can just sweep them feelings under the carpet,proffessional or not if you both had strong feelings for each other nothing will stand in your way ,if somethings going to happen it will.i would imagine he would have to be carefull in his line of work, my advice is sit still keep smiling and see what happens, it will be interesting to see how you get on with this one , i wish you good luck, l***

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