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Within a week, he informed me that she was texting him constantly and putting him under a lot of pressure and he was feeling guilty.
My intuition is telling me to walk away from my current romantic situation, but there are other factors involved and I don’t want to make a mistake.
I bumped into an old flame in June and he asked me out on a date.
The real superhuman gift I’d wish for after a radioactive spider bite or gamma ray bath is the ability to see into the future.
It would make life a hell of a lot easier to foresee the consequences of my decisions — particularly that of separating from my wife.