You might even admire his "honorable" qualities of not wanting to destroy his family. You begin to hope and wait for this man to leave his wife. The bottom line is that if he is going to leave his wife, he's going to do it quickly. At first he was taking care of me financially, but in the end it seemed he only came over to get some and the dates were fewer and fewer.My MM was nenver going to leave, but in the beginning I had fantasies of us together. I became his little toy that he could play with and put down at his disposal.Dear Dating Coach: I have been dating a 60 man for one and a half years. We are discussing marriage, but we have two problems: (1) his son (mid thirties) disapproves of me.In fact, we were scheduled to marry three times and had to cancel each time because my boyfriend's son "couldn't get the time off." He will not allow me into his home. I am unemployed and looking for work in the area where I live.
I am not a financial advisor or a lawyer so I cannot advise you on the risks facing you should you remarry.
Questions to Ask Yourself First Don’t go blindly into a relationship with a married man.
Before you start something with them, you have to ask yourself a few questions to make sure it’s something you really want to do. Are you just lonely with your life and you’re looking for some fun and a married guy is the only person there?
My boyfriend tells me to seek employment in the area HE lives.
I say that is not reasonable because I do not live in his area, hence a catch-22 situation. After we marry, he has asked that I sell my home and put the money toward his residence (he had to take out a large amount to pay off his ex). One possible reason your boyfriend's son does not like you may have nothing to do with you and everything to do with his parent's divorce.