hi WEb MD , i am in a relationship for the past 12 years. things was pefect but lately the relationship be comes so unhappy as everything a problem , i believed some of it has to do with my medication as it makes me gets upset over most things. my boyfriend works long hours so i am alone most times. i met a guy and we started to spend long hours on the phone . we started hanging out togather , i found ouy i had feelings for him, we had sex once , i later broke it because i want to give my relationship a try but i just cont get over this guy. what can i do? View Thread
hi Dfromspencer. thank you for your help. i can see that your understanding is high as you didn't respond to my discussion by throwing stones @ me for what i did, this is 12years so if i didn't want to be with this guy, we would be over with ages ago.yes there is a problem and we will try to fix it hopefullyView Thread
hi leslie, thank you for your your help. what you said makes sense but how do i start ? i want to give my current relationship a honest try but my boyfriend doesn't listen . i dont know if its a age problem as he's 54 years old and i'm 36, he makes my life so old and bored, what can i do for him to listen? we both have so much to lose as we buy house and other stuff togather.View Thread
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