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#21 ShowMeDontTell

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Posted 27 November 2017 - 10:05 PM

Hi everyone, I'm the 'K' mentioned in the above post.

I've had a chaotic, trying time on all levels lately. I've lost a very dear friend, lost my freedom, lost my heart and my head on the author above. The universe has been throwing a bunch of shitsacks at my door but I refuse to give in to despair.

I do love the aforementioned author deeply. More so than I'd care to admit. There is nothing I wouldn't do for the guy. I wanted to save him from his unhappy life and bring him into clearer waters. Saving someone doesn't ever do anyone any good, sadly and I simply can't help. He has to make the decision. Once and for all.  

I've tried very hard to remain loyal, kind and loving through it. I want to be angry with him but I can't. He fills my heart with the sweetest joy. He brings color to a pale life. He makes me feel like I'm a better person, he makes my circle whole.

The amazing sex doesn't hurt, either.

Unfortunately, it's not an easy situation for any of us and while I can clearly see the path he should take, nothing is ever so cut and dry.

And, yes, we've absolutely bonded over our love for all things Rush but it goes so much deeper. It is dangerously pushing into soulmate territory

Tos. I miss you.

But, handsome, no, I don't feel like it's too late ... Ever. I'm here and here I shall stay. Wouldn't have it any other way, darling.

Show me, don't tell. :)


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Posted 16 August 2018 - 03:12 PM

Definitely not too late.  For a while after my divorce, I was really angry because I felt I'd screwed up and wasted 14 years of life on someone who wasn't capable of being even a half-assed partner in a relationship.  (Divorce has not changed him, either; he's still the frustrated jock who bounces from job to job, can't/won't responsibly manage money, and blames all of his problems on everyone else).

But now I am with an absolute treasure of a man.  We started as friends, then decided we'd try the "friends with benefits" thing.  Rules were clear on both sides....absolutely NO emotional crap!!!!  He admitted early on that he was struggling to not get emotionally attached; I wasn't sure for a while how much commitment I wanted.  Fast forward and we are now planning on finding a house together.  He is 25 years older than me, but I don't see that when I'm wrapped in his arms, or when we're laughing so hard we can't breathe.  It bothered him a little at first, but I told him I would much rather have 10-15 years with the right person than 40 with the wrong one.  (And for anyone wondering - his age is DEFINITELY not an issue in the bedroom!)





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