Marriage isn’t in the cards for widower, girlfriend
DEAR ABBY: I am a 70-year-old widower with three grown children. My girlfriend is 53. We dated for several months before she moved in with me. I thought maybe with her living here I might fall in love with her. It has not, and will not, happen.
I hate to break her heart, but I know now that I will never ask her to marry me. I intend to remain single for the rest of my life.
How do I bring closure to this relationship? What are the words? I’m lost because this is a first for me. I was married for 40 years, and I just do not wish to be married again. How do I tell this nice lady? — IN A BIND IN TEXAS
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