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But I need to know he IS totally emotionally avaliable... I think those days are more for him then him, am I wrong? I have had many many looses in my life, nothing could ever compare to loosing your spouse or child, I do understand that I could never fully know how this feels, but I need to know he will whole heartedly love me someday... Now his daughter is getting at the age that the girl stuff is coming up and we have been having some of those talks too.
I am not sure there is any way for me to really know.
He's admitted to me now, that infact as much as he loves me and doesn't want to loose me, he is having a hard time taking that next step... I have actually considered what you are saying, and even to the bigger extent that sometimes I think I just am filling the all around void...
Mind you I am not looking to get married now, next year or possibly for a few... I'm concerned because almost 11 years have passed, he takes the kids to the crematery on all the holidays, birthdays etc... I help with the house stuff, I make meals, do some 'mommy' things without trying to replace her, I just make sure the kids have what they need discretely..
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