Carolyn hax dating advice
I’ve told her I feel worn out by her, that I can’t do or be everything she wants in a mate.
Recently, I delicately brought up that she was high-maintenance.
But that’s not how he’s seeing it, obviously, so that’s not his “foremost.”What I’d like to know, and what you need to know to go forward: What at the front of his mind here?
My boyfriend of the past three months recently received an email from a long-ago ex-girlfriend, who apologized for the way things had ended and wanted to catch up with him.
She was the love of his life in college and shortly after.
She broke his heart, cheating on him five times with other guys.
He almost committed suicide over her, and was severely depressed after they broke up.
Is he worried this choice will make your son’s life harder? Or is he just a freestanding bigot and circumstances never lined up in a way that revealed this to you before?