Your dilem­mas

Pick Me Up! Special - - News - Olivia, Don­caster

For eight years, I’ve been hav­ing an af­fair with a mar­ried man. He’s sworn he’ll leave his wife when his kids are older, but I could be wait­ing an­other eight years. He’s the love of my life – shall I just be pa­tient?

YES Pick Me Up! reader Kat from In­ver­ness says:

What if this man is re­ally The One? I think he’s be­ing re­ally con­sid­er­ate not walk­ing away from his fam­ily while the kids are young. You went into this know­ing he wasn’t avail­able right now and if you trust that one day your time will come, then it’s worth the wait. True love is hard to find, so be pa­tient and don’t give up.

NO Pick Me Up! reader Me­lanie from York says:

Sorry, but he’s play­ing you like a fool. This suits him per­fectly, you al­ways there when he wants, and with the prom­ise of a ‘fu­ture to­gether’, he knows you’ll stick around. Your life is pass­ing you by while you wait for a man who doesn’t de­serve you. Peo­ple di­vorce what­ever age their kids are. He clearly doesn’t want to be with you.

Will I have a fu­ture with him?

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