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My boyfriend is insisting we live together before we get married, but I don’t want to.

Q.  I have been seeing this guy for over four months and he’s been pressing me to let him move in with me.  He promises we’ll be married within a year, but somehow I don’t trust that he means it.  He keeps implying he doesn’t feel my love because I won’t let him move in, and that maybe we should go our separate ways.  I do love him and I don’t want to lose him, but I’m not ready to live with him without being married.  What would you do?

A.  I wouldn’t let him move in until after the ceremony and we shared the same last name.  Sounds like you are about to be played.  Follow your instincts…they’re seldom wrong

Q.  I went on a first date with a nice guy who ended up not appealing to me at all.  The problem is that I can’t get rid of him.  He calls me constantly asking for another date, and I keep telling him I’m too busy to go out again.  His calls are driving me crazy.  What can I do to stop the calls?

A.  Try the truth.  Tell him that though he’s a nice guy, you didn’t feel any chemistry between the two of you, and you’d like to take a pass.

Q.  I recently met a guy online who lives in another state, and we’ve been corresponding via email for the past three months.  Now, he wants to come here and meet me, and he wants to stay with me during his visit.  We’ve really bonded over the phone, and we both believe we’ve fallen in love, but I don’t think it’s appropriate for him to expect to stay with me.  I think he should go to a hotel, but he’s being insistent about staying here.  What do you think?

A.  I would tell him he has to stay at a hotel, and refuse to open my home to him.  Personally, I would be leery of a guy who insisted on staying with someone he’s never met, and who falls “in love” so easily with someone he’s never seen.

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