Could this be the beginning of a happily ever after?
My first true love found me on Feb almost 3yrs ago. We have never stopped thinking about each other and both never married however, I had 4 children and he never had any. We both had a 15 yr relationship with other people and both have been single for the past 4 years. We both expressed our true love for one another and have never stopped loving each other its been 28 years and here we are, we don't see much of each other due to work and just very busy lifestyles but not a minute passes without thinking of eachother. He has met my 2 older children and wants to meet my two youngest. Help!
Sometimes love is a pain in the rear.
It sounds like you two had met before, but went your separate ways at some point only to be reunited later on. In that time you were both able to grow in your lives.
The thing about this situation is that time is passing by, but you two are not together. Aside from busy lives, what is holding you back?
The one thing that I have learned from experience is that life continues whether we are with or without it. My best advice for you is to get on that train and see where it goes. You both are single, but for how long?
How long will you wait for each other before moving on? Make plans as often as you can. Pull each other together and see if this is meant to be. Go on dates, flirt, make memories.
If he is serious about wanting to meet your children, then he most likely wants to be a part of what you have. Bring him close so that you won't have to wonder. You'll know.
It's best to try than not giving it a shot. Both of you are single and love each other, so there doesn't seem to be anything wrong with the situation. Take note of his interactions with your children, and try to find some time to get together to learn more about each other.
I really appreciate the feedback I'm seriously love sick here. We have this deep soulmate connection that we've never experienced before and I know he's the one for me. I have always known. He's scared though, he has told me this and for this I belie
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