Originally Posted by Feisty53
I asked him that question. He told me he wasn't into threats and If I ever even thought of another man, I could just keep walking.
I have fought him, hard to keep our relationship, because it was the best ever, and I mean that. No one will ever love me care for me or treat me better than he did pre-stroke. To live with that man in this new form has been incredibly difficult. I am doing every thing I can, because if, at some point I have to walk away, I want to do so knowing I did everything humanly possible to learn how to love this new man, and that way the guilt won't eat me alive.
How do I learn to live in a room-mate relationship?
It's not a threat. It's an appeal to logic. You have needs. You didn't ask for them. You can't just turn them off. He signed up to attend to those needs. If your sexual needs aren't his business, who's supposed to attend to them? He's had a stroke. He isn't dead.