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he has told me that he thinks I should move back home

Visitor's Question from a 31-40 year old Female
Does my boyfriend really want me to move out? We have been together for about 3 years and have been living together in his house since Dec. 2005. I have rented out my house. Everything was going great. We were so close & he couldn't wait for me to get done with work. He has been texting this girl that I had caught him hanging around with now for a couple of months.since he we have been having more arguments & he has told me that he thinks I should move back home. I don't want to leave. I love him so much & we still sleep in bed together & we have always & still do have great sex, but lately he won't talk to me much & says that he doesn't want to be around anyone right now, but it just seems like he doesn't want to be around me. If I ask him if he wants to snuggle with me in bed he says no doesn't feel like it. I don't know what is on his mind because he doesn't want to talk about it. I am wondering if it is because I am still there & won't leave, but I get mixed signals from him. What should I do? I want to try & stay & work things out with him because things were so awesome between us a couple months ago. He is 42 yrs old & I am 32. He has a 6 yr old son who is great! It makes me wonder if he wants to try & have something with this other girl. he says she must be texting him by mistake, but that's a lie because he is replying to her & also sending his own text messages. Can you please give me some insight or advise?

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I agree that the other girl is at the bottom of this.

Getting him to admit this might be difficult but if he admits it then you two would be closer. Probably his guilt is making him interact cooly with you.

Buy some time by telling him you want to give your tenants time to find another rental. The longer you delay moving out the better it will be. And, the holiday season will soon be here and may improve your relationship.

Good luck! George

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