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Old 06-13-2008, 04:22 PM   #1
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What does it mean when....

This is a perfect forum. I could use a man's interpretation.

A friend of mine had a very involved affair that lasted on and off for 7 years. They became very involved and she really fell head over for him and although he never said he loved her she was pretty certain he did.

Last year he ended it telling her it was too painful etc. (They were both married. Wrong I know but it happened) Anyway, they still remained close but not intimate. This was beyond a sexual relationship. It was a very emotional relationship for both of them and because of that it was hard for either of them to fully break ties. Although they should have, neither were able to and so they kept in touch but have not been "sexually" involved now for a good year.

Yesterday, in conversation they spoke about seeing each other for a drink. maybe, getting back together etc. she felt he was trying to tell her something but didn't know how to. He has a very hard time letting his feelings show or telling someone how he feels. And, so he finally said to her awkwardly "I like you. No I more then like you." Now keep in mind that they were way past like. LOL. So was this his way of telling her he loved her?

She is in her 30's and he's well he's 26 years older then she is.
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Old 06-14-2008, 08:54 AM   #2
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I would think that the man would say "I love you" if he wanted to. He may be feeling that way, but he should say so if he feels that way. You can't always infer what a man says. Your friend might want to ask him exactly what he means.

Why there are situations where affairs have worked out well in the end, to be fair to all involved, each party should be "single" to give the relationship a real chance and to give each other a chance. Being involved with other parties is generally trouble for starting or renewing a relationship.
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Old 06-16-2008, 11:35 AM   #3
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Thank you for your honest post. I will pass it along. Elaine
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