Mollyanna, I know it is never easy to say this, but maybe giving it up will do you a lot of good. Baby, this man doesn't know wheather he's coming or going. You find yourself someone to love and to love you back... You'all sound like the conflicting voices in my head.
The sooner you leave, the sooner you'll start healing and the sooner the chance to meet your special man. One minute I do tell myself - "I deserve a man who will chase after me not just when someone else is interested and he gets jealous" The next minute I tell myself - "I should be patient. He is a beautiful person - the kindest, sweetest, funniest, and an incredible father. If you have doubts - try to understand why, if you don't, than go for it.
And when I try to stay away from him, he brings me back... His best friend's wife says I should give up hope, that he will NEVER be ready for anyone else. My gut says you are probably very warm and openhearted and showed nothing but full support when he talked about his past. Regardless of the time since separation, you are his rebound love. There was a specific point in time--the point of no return, where I KNEW that it would never be salvaged.
My problem is - I LOVE HIM - much more than I have ever loved anyone. That's all fine and dandy, but that's no reason to take it out on you. He is still hurting and getting over his marriage and you are a wonderful help in that but do not hold your breath. After she moved out of the house, I began to date and she was a wonderful woman going through a divorce herself with some great kids. After a while (maybe three months) we reconcilled and that lasted a month.
He knows about what's going on in your life because he cares enough to ask. He's there, not just for happy hour, but he'll stand by if you get fired from your job. She is also the author of the comedic novel, FREE GIFT WITH PURCHASE. Pilossoph is a weekly business features reporter for the Pioneer Press, with the monthly column, "Heart of the North Shore." She lives in Chicago with her two kids.
Yet he says we never know what may happen between us later. you may love him but maybe the timing still isn't right. I also get the impression that he's a bit older than you? Don't let him build himself, or ego, back up at your expense! Based on my experience only, the answer is probably yes, but probably not with you. W e have a few kids and we get along better now then before since we agreed that we could not change what had happened or the way we felt, but we could go forward with our kids in the front of our minds.
(busy time for work) And I am NOT doing this conversation on the phone again.