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gd9900 posted:
It seems our conversation "hijacked" the OP's I thought a new thread was in order. Others are welcome to join in.

You asked about the sexual side of our relationship...I haven't been side-stepping your question intentionally. First let me make it clear I was the first woman he allowed himself to fall in love with. At the time I didn't realize the significance of this, but I did proceed with caution under the circumstances. Up until that point he had two girlfriends for a short amount of real romantic relationship, no sex. He was 21 when he confessed his love to me in front of two of his sisters after a crisis meeting with a counsellor...two of his sisters were there for support. When he told me how he felt, it made me realize just how strong my feelings were for him and that I was holding back. It was the sweetest thing and I let myself go with him. Gotta run...will post more later.
Jeremy3456 responded:
That sounds like the start of a charming love story! I look forward to hearing more and helping you understand and resolve this relationship if possible.

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