Do I love her or the idea of her?
20 years ago I fell in love with a woman, She wouldn't be with me cause I was married then. Through the years we get together once every few years or so. I'm still attracted to her and want her and feel we could have a good life. I want it now and she wants to take things slow. I'm 59 now and just told here I wasn't ready? I think of her alot. Why can't we ever come together?
Maybe you are fated to be like that but its not destiny to be with her since you are a married person.
I wish you luck and God bless you
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