I have an old flame who wants to rekindle that flame. He has been bi for the last 10 years. he says he wants to have a monogamous relationship with me now, and does not want to be bi anymore. I have absolutely no problem with him being bi, but I have some concerns as to how he will be able to cope with this. And yes, if you are wondering, he just got tested for everything under the sun , and has come up clean.View Thread
Well, he has come up here to my state, and we have spent some time together. We have made the decision to have a relationship for now, and he out of nowhere wants to get married, and take care of his family. He is just great with our son, and we are all quite happy together. We have asked our son if he is ok with this relationship progressing and he said yes, yes, yes... Our son is almost 14, so we kind of need his input on the matter as this will change his life also...Wow..View Thread
To clear things up, he never cheated on me, I am female, and this is what he wants, not what I want to make him become. This is his idea. We were very close a long time ago, then went our separate ways. There was no breakup, just decided to go different directions with our lives. We have a son together, and he wants to have a family, more than anything else in the whole world right now, and is willing to do anything to have that. We have spent several weeks soul-searching and discussing this issue in every last, minute detail.View Thread
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