HOW DOES HE CHOOSE BETWEEN TWO WOMEN? NICE PROBLEM...
THE SYSTEM says that he has a great problem in that he is trying to choose between two women! How should he handle it? See below!
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I don’t imagine you get many letters from men as old as me, and maybe you won’t be interested in my situation, but here goes anyway.
I am in my seventies, retired, widowed for five years, with no attachments until recently. Now I may have too many. On a group tour to Las Vegas last fall, I met woman number one, Meredith, and we immediately felt a mutual attraction, spent a lot of time together on the tour and even became quite romantic by the time the excursion was over. She lives rather far away, in the Midwest, while I live in California, and we have talked weekly on the phone since our return to our homes and plan another trip together in the spring. Meredith is liberal and broadminded, and has suggested that our relationship is not full-time but for only when we meet on our trips.
Now, out of the blue, comes woman number two. RCassandra and I actually met 18 months ago on another group tour, sat together for some meals, and have exchanged occasional e-mails since. We did not get romantically close, as I did with Meredith. Last week Cassandra sent me a greeting card and asked if I would be interested in joining her -- “separate rooms” -- for a group tour to some mutually chosen place later this year. Perhaps foolishly I e-mailed back an agreement and now there have been a flurry of possible destinations back and forth.
But Doc, suddenly I am worried. I don’t want to risk losing either of these two wonderful women, and so I am afraid of telling one about the other. If my relationship with Cassandra looked like it was becoming deeper, I would not be morally able to handle both of them simultaneously.
So my question is this -- how much should I tell one woman about the other? This might seem to be something of an old-fashioned question to ask, but it’s important to me. I thank you for your consideration, and hope you can help.
Hill - who can’t believe he’s in the position at his age
DOC LOVE'S ANSWER
Actually, I get letters from lots of men in their seventies and eighties. Once I even got a letter from a fellow who was 92 and having a tough time making up his mind about which of four women he should take on a cruise to Hawaii. So heck, you’re still a kid.
And what’s great about you guys is that you’re still breathing, walking, talking and you still love women! One thing we know about you, Hill, is that you’re not over the hill! And keep this in mind -- when you can say you have too many attachments with a straight face, you know you’re in heaven. So count your blessings.
I appreciate your telling me about your mutual attraction with Meredith. But what you really should be looking at is her attraction to you -- only. Because my principles stress the reality that your attraction toward her doesn’t mean anything. Don’t get me wrong, guys; I want you to like the girl. But don’t ever forget...
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