You went to school in an environment that said love and marriage were the most important things in the world, and maybe going to college.
And you learned in every movie and TV show from that getting the guy is the only ending that's happy.
If you move in with him, and/or get married, you'll be guaranteed a spot as Gay Couple of the Year, with fabulous Facebook photos to prove it. That pisses you off, and you kept hoping your feelings would change. He's got a body so amazing everyone steals it for their Grindr pics.
Sometimes that's the way non-love goes, and if you do take him up on his offer, a couple of years from now you'll be envied, admired and unbearably miserable. He's fantastic in bed, a fit so good you want to lock him up forever.
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Only when and if he gets help can the relationship be a two-way street. Because you're not living in your parents' world anymore.
As much as you hate the thought of losing him, run away.Despite the fact that your parents divorced, as did half of your friends, you're still reading countless articles telling you why it's wrong to be a single gay man.We're so much better than that, in a world where we can make our own decisions about love, marriage, dating and priorities. Because you're not interested in becoming a "piece of furniture." Too many men seek guys who fit their idea of a perfect partner: perfect job, perfect look, perfect friends, perfect for an Ikea ad.You want a guy who loves you for your individual nature, and who might even clash with some of your furniture.