They resolved to stick through everything, as he has zero interest in leaving her, even though she only has about a decade or so left.
“The problem is I feel extremely guilty around him, I feel like I’m taking away the years that he can start a family and then putting him in a position where he will basically be a caregiver eventually,” she said.
“I don’t want him to watch me deteriorate. I don’t want to make the decision for him like I tried before, but part of me does wish he would move on so that I wouldn’t feel this guilty for being with him.”
“Does anyone know how to sort these feelings out? I want to enjoy my time with him without feeling like I’m robbing him of a happy life.”
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