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Strong feelings for my first love...

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Question - (13 August 2010) 1 Answers - (Newest, 14 August 2010)
A female United States age 51-59, anonymous writes:

I have been married for 13 years , have 4 kids. I recently got in touch with my very first love. We had dated 3 years, when he broke up with me. This was 19 years ago.

It took a long time to move on. Now, being in touch with him, I can not stop thinking about him. I want to see him, and he says he wants to see me too.

He called. I know he is married with 2 kids. I wonder if I should see him, being that I have strong feelings for him, still. It would be nice to see him, but I may be thinking emotionally and not clear headed.

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A female reader, Practical  +, writes (14 August 2010):

Practical agony auntDon't see him !! if u are happy with your marriage .. DON'T allow him in your life again .. it's been 15 years and u still have feelings for him? that would definitely ruin your marriage or at least your perception or feelings towards your marriage ..

he is married with kids and so do u .. u r not the same twenty something couple any more .. You are a grown up with responsibilities .. he most probably called because he was bored of his life ..

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