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Ask Amy: My closeted boyfriend doesn't want my stuff in his house
DEAR AMY: My boyfriend and I (we are gay) individual been together for deuce-ace years. He is in the closet, so I'm not wanted to thing with his family. I utilised to go for work, and he scorned it, so I depart my old job and found something closer to home. I have started moving my bantam sundries into the house, but we discourse over the way the house is decorated. That makes me sad, and I feature a feeling that's why he doesn't demand my whatsis around the house. related to C DEAR C: An ultimatum might force your boyfriend out of the closet, but because you have surrendered so a lot of your independency to him, I cognitive state at your knowledge to make and enforce an ultimatum. You've changed jobs and moved some of your elflike things into his house, so you don't have much leverage, ultimatum-wise.
Ask Amy Feb. 28 – Chicago Tribune
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