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Old 23rd July 2014, 3:19 AM   #16
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Between your lack of respect and attraction to him and his frustration with you, I can't imagine this ending well.

Also, men don't stop needing sex. Get used to this or don't get I to a long term relationship.
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Old 23rd July 2014, 10:52 AM   #17
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I'm so offended by the title of your post. If you can call him that, you shouldn't be marrying him.
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Old 24th July 2014, 11:37 AM   #18
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So in answer to your primary question - should I get married? - Duh, no of course not.

However, you are in a situation that means you feel you can't get out easily mainly due to finances. I think the financial worries are what are keeping you there not whether you should marry this man.

Don't get married for the wrong reasons. You need to get in touch with old friends and build new ones. Also put a financial plan in place as to how to support yourself when this relationship finishes. The loss of your father, illness and financial worries are all weighing in on you, however you can get around these things and have a better life in future. But marriage to this man will trap you for years and you don't want to do that to yourself.
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Old 24th July 2014, 11:45 AM   #19
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Probably off topic, but watching girlie movies is not the same as being addicted to porn.

I guess if one was ADDICTED to girlie movies and checked out from actually relating in a romantic, sexual way to their mate, it would be comparable.

Watching girlie movies and getting a skewed idea of what a relationship with a man is supposed to be like is probably comparable to watching porn and getting a skewed idea of what sex with a woman is like.

Many people are highly capable of enjoying either while still remaining firmly grounded in reality.

Being ADDICTED to something is a different issue entirely.
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Old 24th July 2014, 3:05 PM   #20
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Originally Posted by greeneyes_texas View Post
I hate seeing all those posts on here. Women lose interest in sex. Men don't. Quit bitching about it. Either accept that this will happen to you or don't get into a long term relationship. It doesn't seem like you can have both.

1) With an attitude like that you really shouldn't even be cohabiting....let alone marrying.... anybody....period.... out side of lesbians, runaway eunuchs and rich old men on their death beds, of course.

2) Since you're on the whole "Acceptance" tip...perhaps you should accept that men want sex and quit bitching about it

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