Christabel Daniella. kids. May 03rd , 2017.
This is a very difficult situation. I seriously think you should be very careful here. You will always be second best. I actually admire what your friend is doing for his children, but I've seen other scenarios like this, and they don't end well for the 'other woman' which is what you are. Why don't you consider finding a man who is actually available for a relationship? Your guy is really living in a fantasy world, and he doesn't like confrontation. That means he will do anything to pacify his ex. She knows she can manipulate him, so she'll never be OK with his girlfriend. You'll always come up short. So, consider whether you want to spend every holiday alone. I suggest you read The Unofficial Guide to Dating Again and the articles: "Letting Go Takes Love" and "You Be the Judge" You need the judgement and courage to let go of this relationship. There's nothing available for you here.Dear Dr. Romance:
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