I started dating an older man (for the love of $$$$$) some time aback and I really like him a lot. But I was in a beautiful relationship with this wonderful and young white boy who thinks the world of me. But we kind of broke up the day before I met this older man because I was too honest with when I told him that I cheated on him with one of his close friends.
But the true problem here is that the older man has a girlfriend and he says he is on the verge of leaving her. Recently the older guy found out about my boyfriend and he keeps demanding that I leave him. I kind of obeyed his command but I quickly took the white boy back and now we’re in a sexual relationship again.
What should I do because I know I can’t be with the both of them at once since they both know about each other. Is it fair that older guy should ask me to leave my boyfriend of 2 years(white boy) for him when I’ve never asked him to leave his girlfriend of 10 years?
What should I do?
We live in a cruel world where love can be insensitive, harsh and blind. It can create hate, mistrust and break up relationships.
Before meeting the older “Sugar-Daddy”; you were in a relationship with this younger man who thought the world of you and whom I assume never gave you a reason to doubt his love. What guarantees do you have that the older guy will leave his girlfriend of 10 years for you? Compared to your relationship of two years; he has more to loose. He may just be an unfair, jealous and possessive old man who wants you all for himself while still having his steady girlfriend of 10 years! In other words, he’s the one in charge because he got the MONEY (which is obviously what lured you to him).
You are placing yourself in a position which will eventually result in self hate and embarrassment. The ball is in your court; you can continue with “Sugar-Daddy” where you may end up being second best or just the ‘young flex’ or your boyfriend of two years to whom you mean the world (only you)! PLAY WISELY!
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