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I repeatedly have a dream and feeling that I should go apologize to her father face to face, as I know he wouldn't read a letter if I sent it. So instead of addressing that directly, you cheated.

That was a weaselly but effective way of getting out of the wrong relationship.

I need some help in finding a new way to discuss this with him.

He is a great guy—kind, sweet, loving in every other way.

The discussion you need to have is with yourself about why you'd consider staying. Family Dysfunction: I have recently achieved a lifelong goal.

My first book will be published sometime this year. My husband, my friends, and my parents are happy and have been supportive, but the rest of my family has ignored it to the point of rudeness.

I contracted genital herpes when I was about 20 years old. I'm divorced, having been with my ex-husband for almost 20 years. None of my previous partners, to my knowledge, have contracted herpes. This is the longest relationship he has ever been in. I perform oral sex on him, but due to my STD, he will not reciprocate. While he has gotten better about touching me, he does still thoroughly scrub his hands afterward.

It makes me feel like he should be wearing a hazmat suit before coming near me. While I feel his fear is irrational (I have not had an outbreak since I was in my early 20s) he feels it's founded.

I haven't seen or spoken to him since and have only heard stories.

I've offered to go on suppression therapy, and of course use condoms, but to no avail.

Am I to be celibate for the rest of my life if we remain together?

There's not much appeal to inept, hasty, fearful sex.

Of course you know the answer to your own question about whether, after two years, this is doomed to be a celibate relationship.

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