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Should I knock this relationship on the head and move on?

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Question - (30 November 2008) 2 Answers - (Newest, 30 November 2008)
A male United Kingdom age 51-59, anonymous writes:

I've been dating a woman that lives with her partner. He is seeing someone else and does not sleep a home 5 out of 7 days per week and when he does, he sleeps on the couch (so she says). The woman I am dating says that she wants to end their 20 yr relationship and sell their house but is not taking steps to make this happen. She reminds her partner about once per month about selling up. I love her and she says she loves me. I see no light at the end of the tunnel and want to know whether I should knock this relationship on the head and move on.

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A female reader, boo22 United Kingdom +, writes (30 November 2008):

boo22 agony auntHi there, you dont say how long you've known each other for which would give me more of an idea about your chances. Usually it seems that if the person doesnt leave their partner within the first 6 months its statistically unlikely they will ever leave. Why doesnt she leave him and then make moves to sell the house? Good luck x

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A female reader, luvy duvy United States +, writes (30 November 2008):

luvy duvy agony auntTalk to her about how you feel about her and her partner still living together. If she doesn't take the steps necassary to doing as she says she wants to do you should end it and move on. I know it's hard to let someone you love go, but sometimes it's for the best.

Hey! Everything is cool...You are 41 to 50yrs young!! Love is such a terrible thing to waste, so make it up to yourself if things don't go well buy looking for another nice young lady!! ;)

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