DEAR DEIDRE: I’M struggling to trust my lovely new partner after leaving an abusive relationship.
I met my new guy on a dating app during lockdown last year.
I’m 53 and he’s 55. He told me he was falling in love with me and couldn’t wait to meet me.
His messages were very romantic and when we met, he was tender and loving.
We fitted together perfectly in the bedroom and I’ve since moved in with him.
But over the past six months, I’ve begun to feel unsure.
He’s lied about how many times he’s been married, he said he had no children, but I’ve since discovered he has a daughter.
He doesn’t tell me he loves me like he used to do either.
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He also talks to a couple of women on Facebook.
He hardly touches me even though he maintains he loves me and wants to marry me. I’m confused.
DEIDRE SAYS: He is not exactly filling you with confidence, so it’s little wonder you doubt him.
His deception is down to some need or weakness in him.
It sounds like he is keeping his options open, and the signs are he feels the need to keep a few women on the go.
You deserve much better.
My support Pack Finding The Right Partner For You will help you think this through.
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