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I agree with your advice and I applaud Amy’s choices.I see so many divorced people jumping into relationships with little concern to how it will affect their children and the poor kids just have to go along for the ride, no matter how miserable it might be.Our divorces were tough on the kids and we have both done everything possible to keep them stable and happy.Neither one of us is willing to disrupt our kids and pull them out of their high schools and understand forcing for teenagers to live together under one roof would be a disaster.offers over 2 million swinging couples and singles for your pleasure.
It sounds like you have been as well — otherwise, I’m presuming, you wouldn’t have accepted the notion of a 2X/month boyfriend for so long.
Let’s cross that bridge in a few years when we both have empty nests.”And you will have to learn to deal with being in a relationship that has little forward motion and no guarantees…because that is the relationship you agreed to three years ago.
You created your “love bubble.” Only you can burst it.
So for the past 3 years my boyfriend and I see each other every other weekend when our kids are with their other parent.
We have created what I like to call a “weekend love bubble”.
But life is about tradeoffs and choices, my friend. I don’t see a biweekly relationship as an ideal one, and I fully support you wanting to escalate things.