How do I decide whether or not to continue to pursue my strong love interest, or move on?
We have spent the past year or so getting to know each other through conversations of 1-3 hours a day, 3-4 days a week, at her place of employment (owners are friends and poses no problem to her employment) She has shared every negative fact about her life and it has not deterred my growing feelings. She is much younger than me, but keeps up and passes me. I have grown to love her and I know, in my heart, that she loves me too, I can feel it. So why is she running away and impulsively marrying her childhood boyfriend and abandoning me and this magical experience. Is she afraid?
It sounds like you may not have confessed your love for her, but if she's marrying her childhood boyfriend, then you should move on before you get hurt. Maybe try and distance yourself from her emotionally, but still maintain a professional relationship for the sake of getting along at work.
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