I agree with Gail. I was once in a relationship where my partner acted like a child. By the end it was hard to even be attracted to him because he depended on me for everything. I hate ending relationships, and I often stay in them too long. But once I ended that one, I was able to live my life again. If you do not think you are attracted to him, you need to end the relationship. Since you take care of yourself, clearly your problem is not sex drive. It is not fair to either one of you to continue the relationship any longer. Breaking up is not fun, but staying in a bad relationship is much worse. Best of luck to you.View Thread
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